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Broadcast + Media Communications – April 7, 5:30 – 7:00pm
You must register using this link This info session covers the 3 different full-time programs within the Broadcast area, including:
Broadcast + Online Journalism -You are curious and creative. You know what’s going on in the world and you want to make a difference as a multi-media storyteller. Join BCIT’s Broadcast and Online Journalism program to take the first steps in your new career. Our reputation in industry means that more than 90% of our graduates are employed. From day one you’ll be working as a hands-on journalist in news, sports and current affairs.
Radio Arts + Entertainment – Podcasts, YouTube video series, streaming radio, audio books, commercial web series, sports coverage, and of course, traditional radio—all these media arts industries are looking for more and more skilled people to run, host, program, and manage the growing amount of content in today’s digital world.
Television + Video Production – With BCIT’s Television & Video Production diploma program, you’ll develop all of the skills necessary for a career working behind the camera in film, broadcast television, live events, and video production. Immerse yourself in every aspect of TV and video production including writing, directing, producing, shooting, editing, lighting, and audio mixing.
HR + Business Management – April 8, 5:30 – 7:00pm
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This info session covers the 2 different full-time programs within the Business Administration area, including: Business Management, and Human Resource Management. The BCIT Business Management diploma program prepares students to make strategic business decisions and manage the direction and operation of a company. You will gain a clear grasp of all business functions including: accounting, marketing, human resources, operations, and computer applications. The BCIT Human Resource Management diploma is perfect for individuals who want to better understand employment relationships, improve a corporate culture, increase employee productivity, and create great places to work
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