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Digital Communication

Journalism Option

News in a changing world

By successfully completing the required core courses in the Digital Communication program, including the required electives for transfer credit as noted below, you'll receive the Certificate in Digital Communication that will also provide you with up to 30 credits that you can transfer into the Bachelor of Journalism at Thompson Rivers University.

Academic Term 1 (Fall)

  Course Course Name Credits
Total Credits 15
All of CMNS 100 Introduction to Communication 3
CMNS 112 Popular Culture and Media 3
CMNS 150 Introduction to Digital Media 3
CMNS 160 Digital Journalism 3
ENGL 151 Academic Writing Strategies 3
  CDEV WPS* Workplace Preparation Skills 0

* Students may use COOP WEP in lieu of CDEV WPS

 

Academic Term 2 (Winter)

  Course Course Name Credits
Total Credits 15
All of CMNS 105 Communication and Technology 3
CMNS 130 Mass Media Communication 3
DIME 115 Digital Production 1 3
One of ENGL 161 Literary Genres 3
ENGL 163 Intro to Literary Traditions
One of

Plus one approved elective
Any 100-level or higher course which must transfer to at least one post secondary college, institute, or university per the BC Transfer guide.

3

The standard start date is the Fall (September) semester although you may begin at the start of any semester. You may plan a full-time or part-time course schedule but need to be aware that some of the required courses are offered only at the Lansdowne campus in either Fall or Winter. Some courses are offered in the evenings and/or in a blended delivery format.

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