Program Learning Outcomes

Bachelor of Arts

By the time of graduation, Media and Communication majors will, at an appropriate level of sophistication, have demonstrated their ability to:

  1. Interpret and produce media texts in light of the foundational skills of formal visual/aural analysis; applied in conjunction with theoretical perspectives;
  2. Reflect on media and communication by comparing and interrelating texts in terms of both content and the contexts of production and consumption;
  3. Analyze the ways in which relations of power are represented and mediated, using a range of interpretive methods and theories; and,
  4. Devise and execute a significant research or creative project, including a substantial piece of writing, which builds on earlier work undertaken in the major.