Western University

Program Description:

Our Master of Media in Journalism & Communication (MMJC) degree will allow you to move seamlessly between journalism, communications and other media careers. The MMJC is different from other programs:

  • a one-year program, two terms on-campus plus one term offsite, completing an internship and capstone project
  • an opportunity to do an internship with media organizations you would otherwise not have access to
  • a chance to do a capstone project that could be the crown jewel in your portfolio
  • a master’s degree that will open more doors for your career than a diploma, certificate or undergraduate degree
  • a chance to learn the skills necessary for media, journalism and communications
    • gain the flexibility to move between career paths
    • learn to do ALL kinds of jobs more effectively
  • understand the underlying principles of media production; the MMJC is not just a ‘how to’ program
  • the opportunity to work with non-profits, NGOs, and other civil society groups during your internship and in coursework
  • acquire the agility to find new ways of telling stories as they emerge in a rapidly changing landscape

Admissions Criteria:

Four-year degree or equivalent with an average of at least 70% in the last two years of full-time study.  Students born outside Canada whose first language is not English, and who have not completed a four year university degree in Canada, the US or the UK, must provide proof of English proficiency tested within the past 2 years (Internet-based TOEFL minimum 111; 26 Speaking, 30 Writing; IELTS 8.0 overall, minimum 8.0 in both Speaking and Writing sections).

Program Contact Information:

MMJC General Inquiries
mmjc@uwo.ca
519-661-4017

MMJC Twitter
@WesternUMMJC


Program Website Link
www.fims.uwo.ca/mmjc

Faculty/Instructor Listing:
http://www.fims.uwo.ca/people/faculty_all.html

Direct Links to Student Publications:

http://westernreport.fims.uwo.ca/index.php/category/projects/capstone/

Program Description:

Program Description:

Our Master of Media in Journalism & Communication (MMJC) degree will allow you to move seamlessly between journalism, communications and other media careers. The MMJC is different from other programs:

  • a one-year program, two terms on-campus plus one term offsite, completing an internship and capstone project
  • an opportunity to do an internship with media organizations you would otherwise not have access to
  • a chance to do a capstone project that could be the crown jewel in your portfolio
  • a master’s degree that will open more doors for your career than a diploma, certificate or undergraduate degree
  • a chance to learn the skills necessary for media, journalism and communications
    • gain the flexibility to move between career paths
    • learn to do ALL kinds of jobs more effectively
  • understand the underlying principles of media production; the MMJC is not just a ‘how to’ program
  • the opportunity to work with non-profits, NGOs, and other civil society groups during your internship and in coursework
  • acquire the agility to find new ways of telling stories as they emerge in a rapidly changing landscape

Admissions Criteria:

Four-year degree or equivalent with an average of at least 70% in the last two years of full-time study.  Students born outside Canada whose first language is not English, and who have not completed a four year university degree in Canada, the US or the UK, must provide proof of English proficiency tested within the past 2 years (Internet-based TOEFL minimum 111; 26 Speaking, 30 Writing; IELTS 8.0 overall, minimum 8.0 in both Speaking and Writing sections).

Program Contact Information:

MMJC General Inquiries
mmjc@uwo.ca
519-661-4017

MMJC Twitter
@WesternUMMJC


Program Website Link
www.fims.uwo.ca/mmjc

Faculty/Instructor Listing:
http://www.fims.uwo.ca/people/faculty_all.html

Direct Links to Student Publications:

http://westernreport.fims.uwo.ca/index.php/category/projects/capstone/