Faculty of Information & Media Studies


Students in the Media, Information & Technoculture (MIT), Media & the Public Interest (MPI) and Media Theory & Production (MTP) programs all select their courses from the same pool. Courses for all three programs are coded as MIT courses (ie: MIT 1020E).

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Introduction to Media, Information and Technoculture
Introduction to Media, Information and Technoculture
First Year Foundations
Navigatiing Media Culture: #mediaculture
The History of Communication
Media, Representation and Identity
Consumer Society: Advertising and Promotional Culture
Media and Social Movements
Entertainment Industries and Popular Culture
Journalism Practices and Principles
Media Law and Ethics
Foundations of Global Communication
Introduction to Popular Music Studies
Special Topics in MIT: War for War: Mediation, Militarization, and Conflict
Special Topics in MIT: War for War: Mediation, Militarization, and Conflict
Special Topics in MIT: Health, Media & Information
Mapping Media and Cultural Theory
Digital Music: An Introduction
Introduction to Digital Imaging and Website Design
Introduction to Graphic Design
Introduction to Video Theory and Production
Designing and Critiquing Research Methods
Information in The Public Sphere
The New Political Economy of Information: Networked Capitalism
Net-Work: Labour and Profit on Facebook, Flickr, YouTube and Web 2.0
Critical Perspectives in Advertising
Children, Advertising & Consumer Culture
Women’s Television: History, Gender, Feminism
The Culture of Celebrity
The Culture of Consumption
Public Opinion
Photography, Politics, History
Tales of Tinseltown
Crash Landscape
Propaganda in Print and Visual Culture
The Birth of New Music Media
Game On! Video Game Culture, Technology, and Industry
Special Topics in MIT: Advertising’s Century
Special Topics in MIT: Media and Mental Health
Special Topics in MIT: SciFi TV
Special Topics: Podcasting and Audio Journalism
Special Topics in MIT: Covering the Periphery: Reporting on the Margins in Canada and Abroad
Writing for Magazines
Arts & Entertainment Journalism
Getting the Message Out: Activism and Mainstream Media
Politics & Representation of Food
Race, Ethnicity, and Technology
Special Topics in MIT: Austerity, Debt, and the Media
Special Topics in MIT: Consumerism & Advertising
Medium Theory
Media and the Public Interest Practicum