Graduate study at FIMS is unique.
The Faculty of Information and Media Studies offers an innovative suite of graduate programs that share a common ethos of engaged scholarship and practice.
Students study the emerging and historical information society, new communication industries, technologies, and media cultures. At FIMS these issues are not separate.
The Faculty has become a hub for investigating contemporary topics such as: access to information, social media and big data, the changing role of journalism and communication in an attention economy, knowledge organization and power, and the politics of mass communication and culture.
Our graduates have gone on to hold positions across the spectrum of society.
Explore our programs
Health Information Science
Be a part of a group of librarians and researchers working to help meet the challenge of a continually evolving information society.
Library & Information Science
A research-based degree at the intersection of healthcare and information management, policy, knowledge translation and clinical practice.
Critically examine the industries, technologies, and cultures that produce information, news, and entertainment.
Media in Journalism & Communication
Move seamlessly between journalism and communications careers using skills developed in this professional program.
Popular Music & Culture
Explore any and all facets of popular music by combining cultural and creative approaches with cutting-edge explorations of recording practices and production.
Want to know more?
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