A 2-Year Full-Time Masters of Arts
- A Diverse, Interdisciplinary Student Base
- Faculty from Ryerson and York to Teach and Supervise
- Part-time study is an option
ComCult is for students from diverse humanities and arts backgrounds. Our student cohorts have included BAs and BFAs, mature students working as industry professionals or entrepreneurs, and more. The Program offers a rich curriculum that supports this diversity. Students are able to build on their academic backgrounds in cultural and communication theories - Marx, Fanon, Foucault, McLuhan, Gramsci, Adorno, Habermas.... on topics such as the meaning of culture, subjectivity and identity, constructionism, commodification, the culture industry, hegemony, public sphere, modernity and postmodernity, colonial and post-colonial theories, citizenship and civil societies, and rhetorical, semiotic, phenomenological, cybernetic, sociocultural, and critical traditions.