Master of Communication Arts (MCA) degree Programs in the Bachelor of Communication arts (B.C.C.) program at the University of Victoria have been approved for the 2018-2019 academic year.MCA Bachelor of Communications Arts graduates in 2018-19 will be eligible to pursue a Masters of Communication degree.
The Bachelor of Communicative Arts program at UVM is comprised of eight modules of six credits each, designed to teach students to think, communicate, and engage in meaningful, creative, and engaging projects.
This program focuses on the intersection of art and technology, as well as how communication arts can help to create better relationships between citizens and governments.
Maths and Computer Science are also covered, while the Bachelor in Communication Arts program focuses specifically on visual and creative communication.MCCA students are eligible to complete a full-time degree at UVC.
Students are also eligible to work as full-timers on the Bachelor’s in Communications program, or work as part of a group of students on a Master’s degree.
For more information, please visit the UVC Department of Communications website.
For other programs, please check the Department of Communication’s website for information on the programs in your area.