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For more detailed information on any of the below degrees, please refer to the Cape Breton University Academic Calendar or consult the Department Chair. Disclaimer: Each student bears the responsibility for ensuring that his/her course choices satisfy both the overall program regulations and the individual Department regulations for Specializations, Majors, and Honours.

SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

Students must consult the BA and BACS degree regulations that form minimum requirements for the relevant programs in all subjects. Listed below are special or additional requirements that must also be met by students in Communication programs.

BA Concentration (30 credits in Communication)
There are no special or additional requirements.

BACS as Academic Subject (24 credits in Communication)
There are no special or additional requirements.

BA or BACS Minor (24 credits in Communication)
There are no special or additional requirements.

BA or BACS Major (48 credits in Communication)
·       Communication 2101 (Research Concepts)

BA or BACS Double Major (36 credits in Communication)
·      
Communication 2101 (Research Concepts)

BA or BACS Area Major (with Communication)
Please refer to BA or BACS program requirements regarding the development of an Area Major degree. Students interested in using Communication as one of the subjects in the Area Major should consult with the Department Chair.

BA or BACS Honours (66 credits in Communication) 
Students must consult BA or BACS Honours requirements for entering into and graduating with an Honours degree. The 66 credits in a Communication Honours must include:
·      
Communication 2101 (Research Concepts)
·       Communication 4910 (Honours Thesis)


For more detailed information on any of the above degrees, please refer to the Cape Breton University Academic Calendar or consult the Department Chair. Disclaimer: Each student bears the responsibility for ensuring that his/her course choices satisfy both the overall program regulations and the individual Department regulations for Specializations, Majors, and Honours.