Offered starting Fall Semester 2012, the new combined Management and Fine Arts degree is one of very few degree programs in Canada to blend new media and management. The new combined degree expands options available to undergraduate students, bridges the gap between the fine arts and management disciplines, and prepares graduates to use new media to maximum effect within an organization or provide strong knowledge about how to manage innovation and entrepreneurship.
This new option, with limited seats in Fine Arts, combines new media, film and video production, art, drama and music with organizational behavior, informational technology, accounting, marketing, management policy, and human resources management.
Graduates have a firm foundation for careers that combine interactive technology and management, preparing them to start their own business or become team leaders in the marketplace.
Economic and Marketplace Demand
Demand is increasing for managers who are savvy in digital media and new media artists with expertise in business management. This combined degrees program gives graduates a competitive advantage in the marketplace and opens up unique professional opportunities.
Graduates can find employment as
Students applying for the combined degree will have to meet admission requirements of both the Faculty of Management and the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Admission to the BFA (New Media) degree program has a Portfolio and Questionnaire requirement (see admission requirements link below)
Also starting Fall 2012, the new combined Management and Health Sciences degree is one of very few degree programs in Canada to blend public health and management and the only one to offer the degree at an undergraduate level.
The program combines public health theory and practice with organizational behavior, informational technology, accounting, marketing, management policy, and human resources management.
Graduates of the program will have the practical managerial skills and the theoretical public health knowledge needed for employment in a wide range of non-clinical public health roles in a variety of settings and agencies.
Faculty of Management
Phone: (403) 329-2153
Faculty of Fine Arts
Phone: (403) 380-1864
Faculty of Health Sciences
Phone: (403) 329-2699