A degree in communication can make a huge difference in your life.
It can be a powerful asset for your future career, your social and professional prospects, and the way you interact with others.
The new course, How to Apply for a Postgraduate Degree, is a great way to get started.
To get started, please email or call (613) 726-2099.
This is a one-time course, and you will not be able to continue it after completing it.
It is a requirement of the postgraduate certificate program.
Students who complete this course must pass the first part of the degree course in the University of Toronto’s Bachelor of Communication program.
It requires completion of a minimum of two courses.
First-time students may be able for a maximum of three courses.
Students must complete the coursework at the University’s Office of the Registrar, located on the first floor of the Student Learning Centre, in the Student Centre Building, across from the Student Services Centre.
The course is taught by a registered student who will be the sole instructor for the entire program.
There are two online courses: one for first-time and one for senior students.
All of the content in the course is provided in English and may not be translated or comprehensible in other languages.
If you are interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Communications degree, we recommend that you complete this online course as soon as possible.
Please send your application and a cover letter to [email protected] .
You will need to provide: The full name of your family or a member of your immediate family; a statement that you intend to use this degree in your job search, for example, to seek a promotion or a job offer; and proof of income from employment.
Students are responsible for ensuring they are prepared to meet all of their requirements.
The University of Ontario offers a comprehensive online application system for prospective students.
You can find it online here.
The university offers a number of other online courses, including: the Graduate Certificate in Communications, which is designed to be an entry-level certificate in the communications industry; the Bachelor of Commerce in Communications (BCC), which is a bachelor’s degree with a focus on business administration; the B.
Sc. in Communications and Information Technology, which covers a broad range of technologies; and the Baccalaureate in Communication, which focuses on communication management.
All courses require completion of the course work in person.
All students must complete a minimum 60-unit minimum course load in order to earn a degree.
Students may also request the certificate from their academic advisor at any time before they can begin the certificate program, or they may elect to be referred to an adviser.
There is no admission fee to the certificate programs.
To find out more about the Certificate of Communication, visit www.toronto.ca/courses/certificate.html .