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Certificate in Media Studies (MDIA)

The online Certificate in Media Studies offers students the opportunity to develop and accredit their fluency in the foundations of media and cultural studies. Students will build practical creativity, communication, and critical thinking skills that can be applied in academic and professional contexts.

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Program Plan

This certificate program consists of 12.0 units of degree-credit courses. 6.0 of these units are required courses, while the other 6.0 units can be selected from a set of option courses - option courses offered fully online are listed below. 

Core courses (6.0 units) offered online

• FILM 240 (3.0 units): Media and Popular Culture
• FILM 236 (3.0 units): Media and Cultural Studies (*Available online starting Winter 2018)

Option courses (6.0 units) offered online

• FILM 260 (3.0 units): Digital Media Theory and Practice
• FILM 300 (3.0 units): Hollywood: The Dream Factory
• FILM 303 (3.0 units): Contemporary World Cinema
• FILM 335 (3.0 units): Culture & Technology
• GNDS 125 (3.0 units): Gender, Race, and Pop Culture
• MUSC 171 (3.0 units): The Social History of Popular Music
• DRAM 205 (3.0 units): Theatre in the Age of Film and TV

Note: The suggested pathway for online Interest Students is to begin with either FILM 240 - Media and Popular Culture or MUSC 171 - Social History of Popular Music.

How do I apply?

Admission Requirements

Queen's Arts and Science Online has several admission categories for students with diverse educational backgrounds. View them all here

Submit an Application

To apply for a Queen's online program, simply submit an online application directly through our website here.

How Online Learning Works

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