Communications and Information Technology Policy

In addition to the common requirements (see the main Specialization page), students in CITP must also complete the following courses:

Specialization Courses

Information in Society (pick one)

  • BUSI 2400 – Foundations of Information Systems
  • ECON 2001 – Intermediate Microeconomics for Non-Mathematical Majors
  • COMM 2301 – Persuasion and Public Life
  • COMM 2601 – Media Depictions of Society
  • SOCI/ANTH 2035 – Technology, Culture and Society (same course, different codes)

Information and the Law (pick two)

  • LAWS 3202 – Intellectual Property
  • LAWS 3501 – Law in the Information Society
  • LAWS 3502 – Telecommunications Regulation

Public Policy (pick one)

  • PSCI 3401 – Canadian Public Administration
  • PSCI 3406 – Public Affairs and Media Strategies

Media Studies (pick three)

  • ECON 3850 – Economics of Information and the Media
  • LAWS 3005 – Law and Regulation
  • LAWS 3506 – Administrative Law
  • COMM 3405 – Communication in a Global Context
  • COMM 3407 – Comparative Media Studies
  • COMM 3403 – Communication Technology and Culture
  • SOCI/ANTH 3035 – Science, Culture and Society: Social Studies of Science (same course, different codes)
  • SOCI/ANTH 3037 – Studies in Information Systems and Social Power (same course, different codes)

Information in Business (pick four)

  • BUSI 4400 – IS Strategy, Management and Acquisition
  • BUSI 4404 – IT Infrastructure
  • ECON 3850 – Economics of Information and the Media
  • LAWS 4204 – Legal Issues in eCommerce
  • LAWS 4507 – Administrative Law and Control
  • PSCI 4003 – Politics and the Media
  • PSCI 4407 – Public Policy: Content and Creation
  • SOCI 4035/ANTH 4035 – Advanced Studies in Information Technologies (same course, different codes)

Other courses

  • COMM 2401 – Communication and Cultural Institutions in Ottawa
  • COMM 4409 – Selected Topic in Media Industries and Institutions

Non-Specialization Courses

Research Methods and Statistics (pick one group)

  • Political Science Research Methods
    • PSCI 2701 – Introduction to Research Methods in Political Science
    • PSCI 2702 – Quantitative Research Methods in Political Science
  • COMM 2001 – Communication Research
  • Statistical Methods in Economics and Business (requires ECON 1402 as a prerequisite)
    • ECON 2201 – Statistical Methods in Economics and Business I
    • ECON 2202 – Statistical Methods in Economics and Business II

Canadian constitutional law

  • LAWS 2501 – Law, State and Constitution
  • LAWS 2502 – Law, State and Citizen
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