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A Carleton Bachelor of Media Production and Design degree will put you at the forefront of media innovation – engaging local, national and global audiences – designing and implementing the ways not-for-profits, non-governmental organizations, corporations, community groups, governments and others can tell their stories online.
Our internationally-recognized School will give you the means to play a leadership role in the expanding field of online storytelling.
Learning by Doing
Media Production and Design students will have the best of both worlds.
You’ll study alongside journalism students who produce work that reaches the wider community through broadcasts, print publications and online sites. You’ll share classes with students from Carleton’s Interactive Multimedia Design program, with the chance to participate in gaming and simulation projects.
Earning a Degree, at Home and Abroad
Media Production and Design students can do a co-op year after the first term of Year Three, at home or across Canada.
You can apply for a School-sponsored internship in Africa, Asia, and Latin America through our Centre for Media and Transitional Societies, in partnership with World University Service of Canada.
Three Degree Programs, Many Paths
The Bachelor of Media Production and Design degree joins the proven successes of Carleton’s longstanding Bachelor of Journalism and Master of Journalism programs.
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Pair your degree with expertise in other subject areas.
The Entrepreneurship minor is attractive if you hope to use your skills to build a freelance career or your own start-up after graduation.
Or consider a combined honours, minor or specialization. From English to law, human rights to film studies, there’s a long list to choose from.
A degree from Carleton’s School of Journalism and Communication is a potent professional credential.
Joining the BMPD program means joining a School known for producing graduates who build top careers in news, law, communications, policy research, or a range of related fields.
Earning a BMPD degree means earning access to the work placements and job contacts that will help you succeed in a world powered by digital communication.
The Carleton experience is based on small hands-on core classes led by experienced faculty.
They’re non-fiction storytellers and researchers, writers and data analysts, game and simulation designers drawn from the top ranks of the Canadian media and information technology sectors.