Courses

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

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Introduction to Media, Information and Technoculture
John Reed
First Year Foundations
Grant Campbell
Navigating our Media Landscape: #mediaculture
Norma Coates
First Year Foundations in Media Production
Juan Bello
First Year Foundations in Media Production
Juan Bello
Media, Representation, and Identity
Tiara Sukhan
Consumer Society: Advertising and Promotional Culture
Selma A. Purac
Entertainment Industries and Popular Culture
Paul Aitken
Journalism Practices and Principles
Mark Kearney
Social Media, Virtual Gaming and Networked Life
Luke Stark
Media Law and Ethics
James Hildebrand
Introduction to Popular Music Studies
Paul Aitken
Mapping Media and Cultural Theory
Joanna Redden
The Meaning of Technology: Exploring the Relationship Between Technology & Society
Tom Streeter
Digital Music: An Introduction
Jason Stanford
Introduction to Digital Imaging and Website Design
Mark Rayner
Introduction to Graphic Design
Andrew Lewis / Hida Behzadi
Introduction to Graphic Design
Hida Behzadi / Andrew Lewis
Global Political Economy of Communication
Edward Comor
The New Political Economy of Information: Networked Capitalism
Nick Dyer-Witheford
Sexuality and the Media
Andie Shabbar
Critical Perspectives in Advertising
Yasmin Gopal
Children, Advertising & Consumer Culture
Selma A. Purac
Media Representations of Women
Nichole Edwards
Media & Audiences
Kane Faucher
Killer Culture: War and the Mediation of Reality in the 20th-21st Centuries
Tim Blackmore
The Culture of Consumption
Atle Kjosen
Radio and Television as Entertainment Media
Tiara Sukhan
Crash Landscape
Warren Steele
Advertising's Century
Doug Mann
The Birth of New Music Media
Selma A. Purac
From Arcades to eSports: Video Game Culture, Technology, and Industry
Luke Arnott
Social Media & Organizations
Michael Friesen
Social Networking: Theory & Practice
Kane Faucher
Digital Intimacy
Anabel Quan-Haase
Special Topics in MIT: The Theory and Practice of Making
John Reed
Special Topics in MIT: Mobile Journalism
Jeremy Copeland
Special Topic in MIT: Advanced Video Production
Juan Bello
Podcasting and Audio Journalism
Bernard Graham
Writing for Magazines
Christopher Clark
Arts & Entertainment Journalism
Dan Brown
Blogs, Columns, and Op Eds: Making Opinions Matter
Dan Brown
Special Topics in MIT: Public Relations: A Critical Examination
Christopher Clark
Special Topics in MIT: Fake News: Objectivity in New Reporting
Zak Bronson
Alternative Media
Atle Kjosen
Politics & Representation of Food
John Reed
The University, Student Activism & the Public Interest
Alison Hearn
Race, Ethnicity, and Technology
Warren Steele
Special Topics in MIT: The Rift: Settler-Colonialism and Social Ecology
Warren Steele
Special Topics in MIT: Communicating Climate Change
Zak Bronson
Special Topics in MIT: Promotional You: Exploring Public Presentations of "Self"
Alison Hearn
Special Topics in MIT: Environment, Animals, and Communication
Edward Comor
Special Topics in MIT: Consumerism and Advertising
Daniel Robinson
Special Topics in MIT: Theories of Spectacular Culture
James Compton
Special Topics in MIT: Rebel Knowledge: Know What You Need
Tim Blackmore
Special Topics in MIT: Automation in Practice
Joanna Redden
Special Topics in MIT: Community, Engagement, and Media Studies
Sandra Smeltzer
Media and the Public Interest Practicum
Sandra Smeltzer
Internship
Luke Stark
Introduction to Creative Arts
Basil Chiasson