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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First Year Foundations
Navigatiing Media Culture: #mediaculture
Political Economy of Media
Media, Representation and Identity
Consumer Society: Advertising and Promotional Culture
Entertainment Industries and Popular Culture
Entertainment Industries and Popular Culture
Journalism Practices and Principles
Social Media, Virtual Gaming and Networked Life
Media Law and Ethics
Planet Google: Big Data and Information Society
Introduction to Popular Music Studies
Special Topics in MIT: Multimedia Reporting
The Meaning of Technology: Exploring the Relationship Between Technology & Society
Digital Music: An Introduction
Introduction to Digital Imaging and Website Design
Introduction to Graphic Design
Introduction to Graphic Design
Introduction to Video Theory and Production
Designing and Critiquing Research Methods
Global Political Economy of Media
Northern Radicalism
Rebels and Rogues: Outlaws in Culture and Theory
Sexuality and the Media
Children, Advertising & Consumer Culture
Media Representations of Women
Media & Audiences
Killer Culture: War and the Mediation of Reality in the 20th-21st Centuries
The Culture of Consumption
Technology, Democracy, and Postwar America
Radio and Television as Entertainment Media
Comic Book Culture: From Pulp Fiction to Post Modern Legitimacy
Social Media & Organizations
Social Media & Organizations
Social Networking in Everyday Life: Social Relations, Social Movements, and Privacy
Social Networking: Theory & Practice
Cyber-Life: Communicating in the Digital Age
Special Topics in MIT: Pop Music and/as Cultural Labour
Special Topics: Podcasting and Audio Journalism
Special Topics in MIT: Photography
Special Topics in MIT: Human Rights and Media
Writing for Magazines
Special Topic: Blogs, Columns, and Op Eds: Making Opinions Matter
Alternative Media
Century of Genocide
International Media and Social Change
Special Topics in MIT: The Commodity at the Speed of Light
Special Topics in MIT: Representing the Holocaust: Museums, Memorials, and the Politics of Memory in Poland
Special Topics in MIT: Psychoanalysis and the Imaginary Life
Media and the Public Interest Practicum