Welcome to our School
An institution with a story stretching back to the early 1940s.
What began as a small School with one Journalism program and seven students in 1945 has grown into an innovative and diverse multi-program community some 1,900-strong.
We offer a Bachelor of Journalism and a Master of Journalism degree. We added a Bachelor of Media Production and Design degree in Fall 2018.
We offer a Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies degree, a Master of Arts in Communication, and a PhD in Communication.
Common Carriage and Cultural Policy for the 21st Century: An Interview with Prof. Dwayne Winseck
Dr. Dwayne Winseck, Professor with the School of Journalism and Communication, was invited by the Senate Transportation and Communication Committee to deliver expert testimony last week, as part of a... More
Boswell pilgrimage to Col. By’s grave hits front page
Record on Colonel By set straight An essay by journalism professor Randy Boswell on the legacy of Lt.-Col. John By, founder of the future Ottawa and builder of the Rideau... More
Celebrating 10 years of the Attallah Lecture
As the Communications and Media Studies program at Carleton University celebrates its 40th anniversary, last week’s annual Attallah Lecture celebrated a milestone of its own, marking its tenth year of... More
New adventures in communication
To study communication is to study the very nature of what it means to be human. This was the message that faculty members and staff from the School of Journalism... More
Seeking an Instructor I or II: Digital media storytelling/online design
The School of Journalism and Communication invites applications for a preliminary (confirmation-track) appointment in the School’s new Bachelor of Media Production and Design (BMPD) honours program at the rank of... More
Boswell writes foreword to aerial history of Ottawa
Journalism professor Randy Boswell penned the foreword to a new then-and-now-style historical book by photographer John McQuarrie. Ottawa: An Aerial Panorama, the latest in McQuarrie’s “Spirit of Place” series of... More
Dornan’s European tour
Prof. Chris Dornan was on the road to present two papers over the summer. The first — “The News Media, Social Media, and Hegemonic Disruption” — was delivered to the... More
BMPD students will learn by doing in partnership with Museum of Nature
Students in the winter 2019 offering of MPAD 1002 will be partnering with the Canadian Museum of Nature to propose and design interactive digital media stories. As patrons, we often... More
Boswell edits collection of essays looking to 2067
Boswell edits volume that asks: ‘Whither Canada in 2067?’ Journalism professor Randy Boswell edited a newly published collection of essays prompted by last year’s Canada 150 celebrations and envisioning what... More
Problems with Calgary’s Election Polls: Report Released
An independent panel of academics, including Paul Adams of Carleton’s journalism school, has released a report on the problems with public opinion polls in the Calgary election in the fall... More
Short docs by Journalism students featured on CBC’s Absolutely Ottawa
More than half a dozen talented student documentary-makers show off their work on CBC's Absolutely Ottawa this summer. Here's the full list: It is Good Jacqui Du Toit left her... More