Courses

Students in the Media, Information & Technoculture (MIT) and Media & the Public Interest (MPI) programs 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 (Fall 2022)
Introduction to Media, Information and Technoculture
 
Introduction to Media, Information and Technoculture
John Reed (Fall 2022)
Introduction to Media, Information and Technoculture
 
First Year Foundations
Basil Chiasson (Fall 2022)
First Year Foundations
 
Navigating our Media Landscape: #mediaculture
 
Navigating our Media Landscape: #mediaculture
 
First Year Foundations in Media Production
 
First Year Foundations in Media Production
 
The History of Communication
 
The History of Communication
 
Research Methods for the Digital Age
 
Political Economy of Media
Nick Dyer-Witheford (Fall 2022)
Media, Representation, and Identity
 
Consumer Society: Advertising and Promotional Culture
Selma A. Purac (Fall 2022)
Consumer Society: Advertising and Promotional Culture
 
Consumer Society: Advertising and Promotional Culture
 
Media and Social Movements
John Reed (Fall 2022)
Entertainment Industries and Popular Culture
Paul Aitken (Fall 2022)
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
 
Foundations of Global Communication
Edward Comor (Fall 2022)
Introduction to Popular Music Studies
Keir Keightley (Fall 2022)
Introduction to Popular Music Studies
 
Special Topics in MIT: Scriptwriting
 
Special Topics in MIT: Scriptwriting
 
War for War: Mediation, Militarization and Conflict
Tim Blackmore (Fall 2022)
Special Topics in MIT: The Story of Play: Why Games Matter
Luke Arnott (Fall 2022)
Special Topics in MIT: Through the Looking Glass: Alternate Realities in Pop Culture
Doug Mann (Fall 2022)
Mapping Media and Cultural Theory
 
The Meaning of Technology: Exploring the Relationship Between Technology & Society
Tom Streeter (Fall 2022)
Digital Music: An Introduction
 
Introduction to Digital Imaging and Website Design
Mark Rayner (Fall 2022)
Introduction to Digital Imaging and Website Design
 
Introduction to Graphic Design
Hida Behzadi (Fall 2022)
Introduction to Graphic Design
 
Introduction to Graphic Design
 
Introduction to Video Theory and Production
 
Introduction to Video Theory and Production
 
Information in The Public Sphere
 
Global Political Economy of Communication
 
The New Political Economy of Information: Networked Capitalism
 
The Political Economy of the Entertainment Industries
Paul Aitken (Fall 2022)
Net-Work: Labour and Profit on Facebook, Flickr, YouTube and Web 2.0
Kane Faucher (Fall 2022)
Sexuality and the Media
 
Media and Mental Health
Marnie Wedlake (Fall 2022)
Public Relations: A Critical Examination
Christopher Clark (Fall 2022)
Critical Perspectives in Advertising
 
Children, Advertising & Consumer Culture
 
Children, Advertising & Consumer Culture
Selma A. Purac (Fall 2022)
Women’s Television: History, Gender, Feminism
 
Media Representations of Women
 
The Culture of Celebrity
 
The Culture of Celebrity
Keir Keightley (Fall 2022)
Media & Audiences
 
Killer Culture: War and the Mediation of Reality in the 20th-21st Centuries
 
The Culture of Consumption
 
The Culture of Consumption
 
Invasion USA: American Nuclear Culture
 
Tales of Tinseltown
 
Propaganda in Print and Visual Culture
 
Propaganda in Print and Visual Culture
Kane Faucher (Fall 2022)
Communication Through Meme
 
Comic Book Culture: From Pulp Fiction to Post Modern Legitimacy
 
Advertising's Century
 
Advertising's Century
 
Pop Music and/as Cultural Labour
Matt Stahl (Fall 2022)
The Birth of New Music Media
Selma A. Purac (Fall 2022)
From Arcades to eSports: Video Game Culture, Technology, and Industry
 
Social Media & Organizations
Michael Friesen (Fall 2022)
Social Networking: Theory & Practice
 
Social Networking: Theory & Practice
Kane Faucher (Fall 2022)
Digital Intimacy
Anabel Quan-Haase (Fall 2022)
Entertainment and The Law
James Hildebrand (Fall 2022)
Special Topics in MIT: Platformed Culture
 
Special Topics in MIT: Environment, Animals, Culture, and Communication
 
Special Topics in MIT: Photography
 
Special Topics in MIT: Multimedia Journalism
Sally Kewayosh (Fall 2022)
Special Topics in MIT: Advanced Graphic Design
 
Special Topics in MIT: Human Rights and Media
 
Podcasting and Audio Journalism
 
Podcasting and Audio Journalism
 
Writing for Magazines
 
Writing for Magazines
Christopher Clark (Fall 2022)
Arts & Entertainment Journalism
 
Arts & Entertainment Journalism
Dan Brown (Fall 2022)
Blogs, Columns, and Op Eds: Making Opinions Matter
Dan Brown (Fall 2022)
Getting the Message Out: Activism and Mainstream Media
Amanda Grzyb (Fall 2022)
Alternative Media
 
Politics & Representation of Food
 
Race, Class and Social Power
Warren Steele (Fall 2022)
Special Topics in MIT: The Politics of Memory: Media, Affect, Activism
 
Special Topics in MIT: Digital Activism
 
Special Topics in MIT: Digital Activism
Joanna Redden (Fall 2022)
Special Topics in MIT: El Salvador: Mining, Acro-Toxics, and Environmental Crisis
 
Special Topics in MIT: Texts and Textiles: Cloth as a Medium of Communication
 
Special Topics in MIT: Texts and Textiles: Cloth as a medium of communication
Sasha Torres (Winter 2023)
Special Topics in MIT: AI Ethics & Human Health
Luke Stark (Fall 2022)
Special Topics in MIT: Consumerism and Advertising
Daniel Robinson (Fall 2022)
Special Topics in MIT: Promotional You
Alison Hearn (Fall 2022)
Special Topics in MIT: Radical Imaginary
Sharon Sliwinski (Fall 2022)
Special Topics in MIT: Mass Culture Critique, Revisited
Keir Keightley (Winter 2023)
Special Topics in MIT: Rebel Knowledge: Know What You Need
 
Special Topics in MIT: Community, Engagement, and the Media
 
Media and the Public Interest Practicum