Employers in Canada, and around the world, recognize the value of Humber's Public Relations advanced diploma program.
Our program provides hands-on training and develops skills in professional media writing, strategic communication planning, presentation, social and digital media content development, social media analytics, media relations, and marketing communications to name a few. Over the course of your studies, you will compile an impressive portfolio of work.
Learn from the pros. Humber’s PR faculty has significant work experience, subject matter expertise and industry connections. Many are active in the field and maintain a wide network of clients and suppliers. Your instructors also get to know you by name and offer personalized instruction. To keep the program content current and relevant, external industry experts regularly review the curriculum and are asked to participate in classroom activities, such as guest lectures.
In the first semester of the program, your courses include other media disciplines such as advertising and graphic design, journalism, media communications, advertising and marketing communications. This allows you to keep your options open should you wish to head in a different direction in your second semester.Courses Program Standards
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Students will participate in a mandatory work placement which takes place in the last semester of study.
This program has a common platform with 1 common semester, giving you 5 choices.
BuildingF (formerly the AdCentre) brings marketers and agencies together with advanced students from virtually any Humber program to produce strategic creative content and technology solutions.
Instead of just being given a grade for assignments, students are provided with a chance to work with real clients, on actual accounts, receiving first-hand experience in the field.
The disciplines that can be accessed through BuildingF include anything found in a modern advertising, design or PR agency, including brand experience design, communications marketing, advertising design, writing, production, and much more.
Our professors are established, well-respected communications professionals with substantial experience. Program co-ordinator Lisa McLachlan was on the cover of Marketing Magazine, now called Strategy Magazine , where she was featured for her leadership in the world’s largest rebranding of the global professional services organization Accenture. She comes with over 25 years in senior leadership positions in communications and marketing. Other fantastic professors include Trilby Bittle, Audrey Wubbenhorst, and Robert Plant, as well as a variety of part-time professors currently working in communications roles. These instructors come from an array of industries and professional backgrounds, enhancing classroom learning with the depth and diversity of their experience.
Upon graduation, you will have the knowledge to plan, develop and execute effective public relations plans using social and traditional media. Opportunities include employment in corporations, charities, government, PR firms and many others. Our graduates have landed jobs at high-profile companies in a huge variety of sectors ranging from Corus Entertainment, Molson and Bell to MLSE, RBC and Toronto International Film Festival.
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Humber Lakeshore Wins at Adobe Creative Jam
Tue, November 26, 2019
Four students in Humber’s Advertising & Graphic Design program won first place in the 2019 Adobe Creative Jam.
Competing in a field of 72 teams from six college, Team “A-Block” -- comprised of Nicolas Diaz, Emily Little, Julia Laing, and Chelsea Speck – created an app to address academic integrity. Check out some images of the app here.
The Adobe Creative Jam is a design challenge that asks students to create a visual or motion design concept based on a theme revealed at the event. After three hours and no rules, the teams present their work to the jury in front of a rapt audience. The 2019 Jam drew over 300 students from Sheridan, George Brown, Seneca, OCADU, Algonquin College, and Humber.
Congratulations to all the students who competed, and especially to Team “A-Block”!
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Faculty of Media & Creative Arts Events
Tue, January 14, 2020 to Wed, January 15, 2020
Join us on January 14th or 15th and speak with our professors and students. Find out which of these Humber programs is right for you.
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Radio Humber and BRTV Collaborate to showcase Indie Canadian Artists
Thu, June 13, 2019
96.9 Radio Humber teamed up with the Broadcast Television/Videography Program to bring Canadian artists on campus for an interview and performance.
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