FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS CRECF-DP Creative Communications

Program Outline

Year 1 - Term 1 
Students take all of the foundation courses listed below at an introductory level:
    •    COMM-1161  Advertising & Marketing Communications 1          
    •    COMM-1166  Digital Media Design 1  
    •    COMM-1163  Journalism 1  
    •    COMM-1164  Media Production 1  
    •    COMM-1167  Professional Development 1  
    •    COMM-1160  Public Relations & Communication Management 1  
    •    COMM-1165  Writer’s Craft 1  

Year 1 - Term 2 
Students take all of the foundation courses listed below at an intermediate level: 
    •    COMM-2161  Advertising & Marketing Communications 2          
    •    COMM-2166  Digital Media Design 2  
    •    COMM-2163  Journalism 2  
    •    COMM-2164  Media Production 2  
    •    COMM-2167  Professional Development 2  
    •    COMM-2160  Public Relations & Communication Management 2  
    •    COMM-2165  Writer’s Craft 2  

Year 2 - Term 3
Students choose one of the four specialization streams from the list below: 

Advertising & Marketing Communications 

    •    COMM-3161  Advertising & Marketing Communications 3
    •    COMM-3051  Brand Marketing
    •    COMM-3166  Digital Media Design 3
    •    COMM-3050  Media Production for Ad and PR
    •    COMM-3165  Writer's Craft 3
    •    WRKE-3004  Work Placement 1

Journalism  

    •    COMM-3163  Journalism 3
    •    COMM-3166  Digital Media Design 3
    •    COMM-3052  Digital Storytelling 1
    •    COMM-3165  Writer's Craft 3
    •    WRKE-3004  Work Placement 1

Media Production  

    •    COMM-3164  Media Production 3
    •    COMM-3166  Digital Media Design 3
    •    COMM-3052  Digital Storytelling 1
    •    COMM-3165  Writer's Craft 3
    •    WRKE-3004  Work Placement 1

Public Relations & Communication Management 

    •    COMM-3160  Public Relations & Communication Management 3
    •    COMM-3051  Brand Marketing
    •    COMM-3166  Digital Media Design 3
    •    COMM-3050  Media Production for Ad and PR
    •    COMM-3165  Writer's Craft 3
    •    WRKE-3004  Work Placement 1

Year 2 - Term 4

Students continue in their specialization stream:

Advertising & Marketing Communications 

    •    COMM-4161  Advertising & Marketing Communications 4
    •    COMM-4166  Digital Media Design 4
    •    COMM-4002  Visual Storytelling 
    •    COMM-4001  Marketing & Data Analytics
    •    COMM-4165  Writer's Craft 4
    •    WRKE-4001  Work Placement 2

Journalism  

    •    COMM-4163  Journalism 4
    •    COMM-4166  Digital Media Design 4
    •    COMM-4052  Digital Storytelling 2
    •    COMM-4165  Writer's Craft 4
    •    WRKE-4001  Work Placement 2

Media Production   

    •    COMM-4164  Media Production 4
    •    COMM-4166  Digital Media Design 4
    •    COMM-4052  Digital Storytelling 2
    •    COMM-4165  Writer's Craft 4
    •    WRKE-4001  Work Placement 2

Public Relations & Communication Management 

    •    COMM-4160  Public Relations & Communication Management 4
    •    COMM-4166  Digital Media Design 4
    •    COMM-4002  Visual Storytelling 
    •    COMM-4001  Marketing & Data Analytics
    •    COMM-4165  Writer's Craft 4
    •    WRKE-4001  Work Placement 2

Please note: 
  1. Students must pass all courses in each term before registering for any courses in the next term. Students with medical accommodations may choose to to pursue the program part-time through an established part-time pathway; contact the program Chair for more information.
  2. Students choose the area in which they wish to specialize towards the end of Term 2. 
  3. Students must successfully complete all Term 1 and 2 courses and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0, and must achieve at least a "C" in the Term 2 course related to their chosen specialization, to qualify for that specialization. 
  4. If there are more students than available seats in a specialization, students are offered seats in order of highest cumulative grade point average. 
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