The CCIT major program emphasizes the points where culture, communication, information and technology converge. Students learn how historical uses of media and cultural theory inform current trends and then apply these concepts in practical settings - in design and digital media courses at Sheridan College - and, for some students, in experiential learning environments. Since the CCIT Major is a joint program with Sheridan College, graduates receive both a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto and a Certificate in Digital Communication from Sheridan College.
8.0 credits are required including at least 4.0 at the 300/400 level. Program must be taken in combination with another major or two minors.
|First Year||(1.0 credit required) CCT109H5, 110H5|
|Second Year||(3.0 credits required)
|Third and Higher Years||(4.0 credits required)
Minimum of 4 half credit courses taught at UTM from any 300/400 level CCT/MGD/VCC course. One of these half credits must be at the 400 level.
Minimum of 4 half credit courses taught at Sheridan from any 300/400 level CCT course. One of these half credits must be at the 400 level.
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