What distinguishes our courses from others in Science Communication is our emphasis on walking the talk. Our students produce not only academic theses, but creative works that go into the public domain, be it a film, book, website or any other creative endeavour involving the communication of scientific information.
The Centre for Science Communication offers the following qualifications in science communication:
- Undergraduate (Minor)
- Distance learning
- Certificate in Science Communication (unendorsed)
- Postgraduate Diploma in Science Communication
- Master of Applied Science
- Master of Science Communication
Please review the information below for more information about the different course options offered by the Centre for Science Communication and to learn more about the degree that is best suited for you.
Application materials for PGCert, PGDip, MAppSci in a science communication endorsement or the MSciComm should include:
- Your CV,
- Academic transcripts,
- two confidential referee reports,
- a cover letter that explains why you want to study science communication, and
- Example of your work that demonstrates creativity
If you are unable to upload examples of your work into the online application form, you may send them directly to us at the Centre for Science Communication either via post or electronically. Items sent by post are not returned. Successful applicants have provided a wide variety of different things as examples of their work, including a film clip or podcast, photographs, a piece of creative writing, song lyrics, and art work.