Information session of The Master of Arts in Communications and Technology (The MACT), offered by University of Alberta

The Master of Arts in Communications and Technology is offered by one of Canada’s top five research universities--University of Alberta.

They will host an online information session about the MACT on Tuesday, 14 August at 6pm (Edmonton time). If you are interested in this program, please register for this free webinar at


About the MACT

The Master of Arts in Communications and Technology (MACT) is a graduate degree that can be completed in a minimum of two years. It has been designed for working professionals who manage communications issues and practices in technology-enabled organizations. The MACT is delivered through a combination of online and classroom courses making it possible to live and work outside the Edmonton region, with only two 3 week faceto-face residencies. All students begin their program of study in the spring term (May). There is only intake of 25 students per year.


Admission Requirements

• four-year degree from a recognized university

• grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.0 (or equivalent) on a 4-point scale

• at least three years of relevant professional experience is preferred

• three current and application-specific letters of reference

• letter of intent which should state your academic or professional area of specialization, specify how completion of the program would support your professional practice, and identify a provisional topic for the final applied research project

• where applicable, demonstrated English Language Proficiency


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