Graduates of a Science Communication program have an opportunity to work in a variety of highly technical industries and organizations acting as a liaison between the public and the researchers and scientists they speak for. By being able to understand complex scientific thoughts and information and communicate it to the public at large, these graduates find themselves increasingly in demand by employers around the globe who seek to share information efficiently and effectively.
Mount Saint Vincent University
Bachelor and Master of Applied Human Nutrition
Bachelor of Child & Youth Studies
Bachelor & Master of Public Relations
High Schools, Boarding Schools & Preparatory Schools
Energy Sustainability Engineering Technology
East Coast School of Languages (ECSL)