Concordia’s Communication Studies program combines creative media production with the study of media theory, criticism and history. Drawn from the humanities, social sciences and fine arts, this unique program has trained many influential media makers. Students in this program examine how meaning and ideas are communicated through media in various ways and create projects with sound, video and intermedia.
As a student in Communication Studies, you will have the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills listed in below. Your transferrable skills can be applied to many different jobs and situations that go beyond this field.
Analyze and evaluate information to make a good judgment or conclusion
Understand complex problems and identify solutions
Potential work settings
Below are examples of work settings where you can gain experience and develop your skills in your field of study. For more information about employers hiring in your field, visit the Student Success Resource Centre.
Booking and talent agencies
Colleges and universities
Community service agencies
Corporate training centres
Museums and culture centres
Marketing and marketing research firms
Retail Sales companies
Performing arts fields
TV and cable networks
Video production and distribution companies
Career Possibilities – Bachelor degree
Please note that many positions listed below may require related extra-curricular activities, volunteer or work experience.
Explore the types of jobs for each industry and find out about required skills, education level and salary ranges in Canada:
Occupation - Government of Canada Job Bank: Find out about job prospects, wages and skills for specific job titles. You can use the job titles listed in the Career Possibilities – Bachelor degree and Career Possibilities – Beyond the bachelor degree for your search.
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Networking and professional associations
Connect with professionals in the field and professional associations to find out what a day in your career of choice looks like. Professional associations websites also provide useful career descriptions and job hunting tips, and sometimes list job openings and potential employers. You can also attend one of our career workshops, career fairs or career panels to get a head start.