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Ryerson Professional Communication Students working collaboratively
Welcome to ProCom! an immersive learning environment with all the technology, educational resources, and industry connections that students need to succeed.

Hands-on

experience

Through classroom learning and hands-on experience, ProCom students explore communication methods and media used across a wide range of fields and industries.

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vibrant campus

Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto, the School of Professional Communication is a hotbed of talent, creativity, and mentorship. It's a place where bright futures take shape.

Outstanding creative technology

Multimedia equipment, innovative fleXlabs, 24-hour collaborative spaces, and state of the art audio/video recording facilities – we have the best tech, external link, opens in new window and staff to help you.

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A Message from the Chair

John Shiga
Dr. John Shiga
"The future requires people who can innovate wisely, strategically, and ethically. We look forward to working with all our students to help prepare them for the changing world we live in."

At the School of Professional Communication (ProCom), we prepare students to become savvy communicators with the ability to understand and tackle increasingly challenging and complex demands of the 21st Century.

To do this, we designed our programs to help students develop the creative and technical skills necessary to produce visual, written, and oral communication products. At the same time, we emphasize critical and strategic thinking so that students are attuned to the needs of audiences and stakeholders.

Our programs also integrate experiential learning opportunities, where students apply what they learn in the classroom within an organizational setting. Through links with local organizations, we prepare our students to be ready for any area of an organization – from branding to public relations to internal communications.

The future requires people who can innovate wisely, strategically, and ethically. We look forward to working with all our students to help prepare them for the changing world we live in.

- Dr. John Shiga, School of Professional Communication Chair

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