Communication Technologies Regulation

FIRST YEAR 

  • PAPM1000: Introduction to Public Affairs and Policy Management [1.0]

  • ECON1000: Introduction to Economies [1.0]

PSCI [1.0 from the following]

  • PSCI2003: Canadian Political Institution [0.5]

  • PSCI2002: Canadian Political Environment [0.5]

    or

  • PSCI2101: Comparative Politics of the Global North [0.5]

  • PSCI2102: Comparative Politics of the Global South [0.5

HIST [1.0 from the following]

  • HIST1002: European in the 20th Century [1.0]

  • HIST1300: The Making of Canada [1.0]

  • HIST1707: World History [1.0]

  • HIST 2301: Canadian Political History [0.5]

  • HIST 2311: Environmental History of Canada [0.5]

  • INDG 1010: Introduction to Indigenous Peoplehood Studies [0.5]

  • INDG 1011: Introduction to Indigenous-Settler Encounters [0.5]

FREN or free elective [1.0]

SECOND YEAR

  • PAPM2000: Policy Process [1.0]

  • PSCI2701: Introduction to Research Methods in Political Science [0.5]

  • PSCI2702: Quantitative Research Methods in Political Science [0.5]

  • LAWS2501: Law, State and Constitution [0.5]

  • LAWS2502: Law, State and Citizen [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • COMS2200: Big Data and Society [0.5]

  • COMS2300: Communication as Propaganda [0.5]

  • COMS2504: Language and Communication [0.5]

  • BUSI2400: Foundations of Information Systems [0.5]

  • BUSI2204: Basic Marketing [0.5]

  • JOUR2501: Media Law [0.5]

  • SOCI2035: Technology, Culture, and Society [0.5]

Free elective [1.0]

THIRD YEAR

  • PAPM3000: Policy Research [1.0]

  • BUSI3602: Designing Organizational Systems [0.5]

1.5 from the following:

  • ANTH3010: Language, Culture, and Globalization [0.5]

  • ANTH3037: Studies in Information Systems and Social Power [0.5]

  • BUSI3205: Marketing Communications [0.5]

  • BUSI3207: Marketing Research [0.5]

  • COMS3108: Media Industries and the Network Society [0.5]

  • COMS3302: Political Communication [0.5]

  • COMS3308: Critical Studies of Consumer Culture [0.5]

  • COMS3310: Critical Perspectives of Public Relations [0.5]

  • COMS3311: Media and Communication in Regional Contexts [0.5]

  • COMS3401: Communications Regulation in Canada [0.5]

  • COMS3403: Communication, Technology & Culture [0.5]

  • COMS3411: Alternative Media and Social Activism [0.5]

  • LAWS3005: Law and Regulation [0.5]

  • LAWS3006: Mediation [0.5]

  • LAWS3201: Business Enterprise Frameworks [0.5]

  • LAWS3202: Intellectual Property [0.5]

  • LAWS3501: Law in the Information Society [0.5]

  • LAWS3503: Equality and Discrimination [0.5]

  • POLM3000: Introduction to Political Management [0.5]

  • PSCI3108: Politics of Popular Culture [0.5]

  • PSCI3405: Comparative Public Policy Analysis [0.5]

  • PSCI3406: Public Affairs and Media Strategies [0.5]

  • PSCI3407: Public Opinion and Public Policy [0.5]

  • SOCI3710: Introduction to Cultural Studies [0.5]

1.5 from the following:

  • COMS3401: Communications Regulation in Canada [0.5]

  • COMS3403: Communication, Technology & Culture [0.5]

  • LAWS3005 Law and Regulation [0.5]

  • LAWS3202: Intellectual Property [0.5]

  • LAWS3501: Law in the Information Society [0.5]

Free elective [1.0]

FOURTH YEAR

  • PAPM4000: Capstone Seminar [1.0]

  • PAPM4908: Honours Research Essay [1.0]

1.0 from the following:

  • ANTH4500: Advanced Studies in Culture and Symbols [0.5]

  • COMS4307: Politics, Communication, and the Publicity State [0.5]

  • COMS4401: Global Internet Policy & Governance [0.5]

  • COMS4406: Open Government and Communication [0.5]

  • LAWS4402: Employment Dispute Resolution [0.5]

  • LAWS4801: Risk and the Legal Process [0.5]

  • PSCI4003: Politics and the Media [0.5]

  • PSCI4702: Intermediate Research Methods for Applied Political Science [0.5]

1.5 from the following:

  • BUSI4400: IS Strategy, Management and Acquisition [0.5]

  • BUSI4404: IT Infrastructure [0.5]

  • COMS4006: Professional Communication Research [0.5]

  • COMS4317: Digital Media and Global Network Society [0.5]

  • COMS4405: The Networked Self [0.5]

  • COMS4407: Communication and Critical Data Studies [0.5]

  • COMS4410: Mobile Media [0.5]

  • COMS4411: Algorithmic Culture [0.5]

  • COMS4412: Game Studies [0.5]

  • ECON3300: Public Policy Toward Business [0.5]

  • ECON3850: Economics of Information and the Media [0.5]

  • LAWS4507: Administrative Law and Control [0.5]

  • LAWS4510: Topics in Law, Policy and Government [0.5]

Free elective [1.0]

Strategic Public Opinion

FIRST YEAR 

  • PAPM1000: Introduction to Public Affairs and Policy Management [1.0]

  • ECON1000: Introduction to Economies [1.0]

PSCI [1.0 from the following]

  • PSCI2003: Canadian Political Institution [0.5]

  • PSCI2002: Canadian Political Environment [0.5]

    or

  • PSCI2101: Comparative Politics of the Global North [0.5]

  • PSCI2102: Comparative Politics of the Global South [0.5

HIST [1.0 from the following]

  • HIST1002: European in the 20th Century [1.0]

  • HIST1300: The Making of Canada [1.0]

  • HIST1707: World History [1.0]

  • HIST 2301: Canadian Political History [0.5]

  • HIST 2311: Environmental History of Canada [0.5]

  • INDG 1010: Introduction to Indigenous Peoplehood Studies [0.5]

  • INDG 1011: Introduction to Indigenous-Settler Encounters [0.5]

FREN or free elective [1.0]

SECOND YEAR

  • PAPM2000: Policy Process [1.0]

  • PSCI2701: Introduction to Research Methods in Political Science [0.5]

  • PSCI2702: Quantitative Research Methods in Political Science [0.5]

  • LAWS2501: Law, State and Constitution [0.5]

  • LAWS2502: Law, State and Citizen [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • COMS2200: Big Data and Society [0.5]

  • COMS2300: Communication as Propaganda [0.5]

  • COMS2504: Language and Communication [0.5]

  • BUSI2400: Foundations of Information Systems [0.5]

  • BUSI2204: Basic Marketing [0.5]

  • JOUR2501: Media Law [0.5]

  • SOCI2035: Technology, Culture, and Society [0.5]

Free elective [1.0]

THIRD YEAR

  • PAPM3000: Policy Research [1.0]

  • BUSI3602: Designing Organizational Systems [0.5]

1.5 from the following:

  • ANTH3010: Language, Culture, and Globalization [0.5]

  • ANTH3037: Studies in Information Systems and Social Power [0.5]

  • BUSI3205: Marketing Communications [0.5]

  • BUSI3207: Marketing Research [0.5]

  • COMS3108: Media Industries and the Network Society [0.5]

  • COMS3302: Political Communication [0.5]

  • COMS3308: Critical Studies of Consumer Culture [0.5]

  • COMS3310: Critical Perspectives of Public Relations [0.5]

  • COMS3311: Media and Communication in Regional Contexts [0.5]

  • COMS3401: Communications Regulation in Canada [0.5]

  • COMS3403: Communication, Technology & Culture [0.5]

  • COMS3411: Alternative Media and Social Activism [0.5]

  • LAWS3005: Law and Regulation [0.5]

  • LAWS3006: Mediation [0.5]

  • LAWS3201: Business Enterprise Frameworks [0.5]

  • LAWS3202: Intellectual Property [0.5]

  • LAWS3501: Law in the Information Society [0.5]

  • LAWS3503: Equality and Discrimination [0.5]

  • POLM3000: Introduction to Political Management [0.5]

  • PSCI3108: Politics of Popular Culture [0.5]

  • PSCI3405: Comparative Public Policy Analysis [0.5]

  • PSCI3406: Public Affairs and Media Strategies [0.5]

  • PSCI3407: Public Opinion and Public Policy [0.5]

  • SOCI3710: Introduction to Cultural Studies [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • COMS3001: Quantitative Research in Communication [0.5]

  • COMS3002: Qualitative Research in Communication [0.5]

0.5 from the following:

  • COMS3302:Political Communication [0.5]

  • POLM3000: Introduction to Political Management [0.5]

  • PSCI3407: Public Opinion and Public Policy [0.5]

Free elective [1.0]

FOURTH YEAR

  • PAPM4000: Capstone Seminar [0.5]

  • PAPM4908: Honours Research Essay [1.0]

1.0 from the following:

  • ANTH4500: Advanced Studies in Culture and Symbols [0.5]

  • COMS4307: Politics, Communication, and the Publicity State [0.5]

  • COMS4401: Global Internet Policy & Governance [0.5]

  • COMS4406: Open Government and Communication [0.5]

  • LAWS4402

  • LAWS4801

  • PSCI4003

  • PSCI4702

1.5 from the following:

  • COMS4006: Professional Communication Research [0.5]

  • COMS4312: Crisis and Risk Communication [0.5]

  • COMS4317: Digital Media and Global Network Society [0.5]

  • COMS4403: Digital Media Industries [0.5]

  • COMS4405: The Networked Self [0.5]

  • ECON3300: Public Policy Towards Business [0.5]

  • JOUR4001: Journalism Now and Next [0.5]

  • POLM4010:

  • POLM4012:

  • PSCI4003:Politics and the Media [0.5]

  • PSCI4204:Elections [0.5]

  • PSCI4209:Westminster Democracies: Parliaments, Parties, and Elections [0.5]

  • PSCI4407:Public Policy: Content and Creation [0.5]

  • PSCI4408:Public Affairs Management and Analysis [0.5]

Free elective [1.0]