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finding a good graphic design program (visual communication design)

I'm currently considering OCAD and Emily Carr for their graphic design program, however I've read TONS of bad comments on the two schools on http://Ratemyprofessor.com... are they really that bad??? I recently found out that the University of Alberta also has a communication design program (basically the same as graphic design), does anyone know anything about it??? 

SFU has an interactive arts and technology program, but I don't know how relevant it is to design? I'm also looking for other universities (besides art school) that offer graphic design or anything related to it, thanks!!! (I'm not considering any visual art major, and Ryerson's program is more on the printing business side)
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Go to community college for graphic design. University isn't the place to learn this kind of thing.
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just go to ryerson..they known to be innovative for these things

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yess i agree!
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Ratemyprof rates professors and not schools...
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I know but a lot of the reviews talked about how bs the school is, and also I guess good profs are important too
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