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Students must choose and complete two of the following Creative-Content Modules. In total, students complete 12 courses from Professional Table II. The courses on Table II are organized into six-course Creative-Content Modules, as follows:

Acting/Dance Studies

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

Two (2) Required courses:

THF 101 Elements of Production I
THF 200 Timelines of Performance History I

Plus two (2) of the following:

THA 340 Improvisation
THD 220 Latin American Dance Forms
THD 320 Western Dance Styles
THF 325 Musical Theatre

Plus two (2) of the following, if not taken above:

THA 340 Improvisation
THD 220 Latin American Dance Forms
THD 320 Western Dance Styles
THF 201 Timelines of Performance History II
THF 316 The Global Stage
THF 325 Musical Theatre
THF 403 Landmarks in Canadian Theatre
THF 405 Human Development in the Arts
THL 100 Theatre and the Canadian Identity
The Art and Business of Film

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

Two (2) Required courses:

MPF 290 Introduction to Film Studies
MPF 301 Business of Film

Plus four (4) of the following:

FPN 536 Media Business Studies
MPC 201 Concepts and Theories
MPF 302 Business of Film II
MPF 327 Film History and Criticism to 1945
MPF 427 Film History and Criticism since 1945
NPF 505 Independent Cinema
NPF 557 Topics in Film
NPF 560 Advanced Topics in Film
NPF 563 Directors and Composers - 1940 to Present
NPF 564 Contemporary World Cinema
NPF 565 Contemporary Canadian Cinema
NPF 566 History of Animation
NPF 605 History of Documentary Film

 

The Business and Practice of News

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

Two (2) Required courses:

NNS 101 Introduction to News Studies
NNS 525 The Business of Journalism


Plus four (4) of the following:

NNS 102 Understanding Multimedia Journalism
NNS 103 Basics of Photojournalism
NNS 344 Making a Difference: How Journalism Matters
NNS 400 Critical Issues in Journalism
NNS 401 History of Journalism
NNS 402 Theory in Journalism and Mass Communication
NNS 404 Journalism's Best
NNS 406 Age of Spin: Journalism and PR
NNS 410 Queer Media
NNS 412 Documentary Survey
NNS 419 Journalism in Comedy
NNS 500 Journalism and the Arts
NNS 502 Journalism and the World of Business
NNS 504 Fashion Journalism
NNS 505 Health and Science Journalism
NNS 506 International Journalism
NNS 508 Literary Journalism
NNS 510 Reporting Religion
NNS 512 Reporting Sport

 

Communication Studies

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

One (1) Required course:

CMN 279 Introduction to Professional Communication


Plus five (5) of the following:

CMN 211 Language and Power
CMN 213 Texts in Social Contexts
CMN 215 Messages, Modalities and Media
CMN 216 Communication Revolutions
CMN 269 Countercultural Communication
CMN 305 Strategic Public Relations in ProCom
CMN 306 Risk and Crisis Communication
CMN 310 Communication with Colour
CMN 314 Professional Presentations
CMN 315 Issues in Organizational Communication
CMN 316 Questioning Numbers
CMN 317 Governance in the Information Society
CMN 321 Tech Comm as Knowledge Translation
CMN 324 Strategic Storytelling in Industry
CMN 325 Communication and the Digital Enterprise
CMN 402 Theorizing Communication
CMN 405 Oral Advocacy
CMN 408 Proposal and Grant Writing
CMN 443 Contemporary Intercultural Communication
CMN 447 Communication and Law
CMN 448 Introduction to Visual Communication
CMN 450 Participatory Media and Communication

 

Concept to Reality: Publishing and Printing

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

Two (2) Required courses:

CRI 420 From Writer to Reader
GCM 110 Introduction to Graphic Communications


Plus four (4) of the following:

CRI 550 The Book in Canada
CRI 650 The Business of Book Publishing
GCM 111 Graphic Communication Technologies
GCM 130 Design and Layout
GCM 210 Consumer Packaging
GCM 230 Typography
GCM 710 The Art of the Book
GCM 720 Magazine Production and Publishing
GCM 738 Photoshopped! The Art of Image Retouching
GCM 750 3D Printing
GCM 754 Sign and Display Graphics

 

Curatorial Practices

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

Two (2) Required courses:

MPC 103 Art and the Classical Tradition
MPC 203 Art in the Modern World


Plus four (4) of the following:

HIS 510 Museology and Public History
MPC 210 Introduction to Visual Culture
MPI 602 Media Languages: Old and New Vocabularies
NPF 506 Art and Modernism
NPF 548 Modern Movements/Issues in Photography
NPF 549 Theories of Photography - Contemporary Topics
NPF 553 Modern Movements in the Arts I
NPF 555 Experimental Media
NPF 559 Advanced Topics in Curatorial Practices
NPF 567 Exhibition Practices in Contemporary Art
NPF 568 Analogue as Meaning
NPF 571 Introduction to Museum and Gallery Studies
NPF 572 Curatorial Practices in Toronto
NPF 606 Contemporary Art Theory

 

The Fashion Industry: Markets, Aesthetics & Creativity

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

Two (2) Required courses:

FSN 199 Fashion: The Industry
FSN 223 Fashion Concepts and Theory


Plus four (4) of the following:

CRI 860 The Big Night
FSN 101 Textiles I
FSN 132 History of Art I
FSN 203 History of Design
FSN 232 History of Art II
FSN 302 History of Costume I
FSN 400 Fashion in International Markets
FSN 503 Design, Text and Ideas
FSN 504 Fashion Culture - Suffragettes to CEOs
FSN 508 World Fashion: Contemporary Perspectives
FSN 510 Fashion Film, Cinema and New Media
FSN 555 History of Fashion Illustration
FSN 706 Fashion Event Planning


Interior Design: Human-scale for Creative Thinkers

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

REQUIRED:

IDE 309 Sustainable Design
IDF 100 Elements and Principles of Design
IDF 200 Introduction to the World of Design
IDF 250 Contemporary Art and Design
IDF 300 Strategic Thinking and the Deep Dive
IDF 500 Leaping Fences: New Directions in Design

 

Media Business

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

Two (2) Required courses:

RTA 101 Introduction to Media Theory and Practice
RTA 315 Business of Creative Media


Plus four (4) of the following:

BDC 710 Senior Capstone Lectures I
CRI 720 Media Regulation and Communication Policy
CRI 815 Creative Impact Supercourse I
CRI 820 Global Licensing/Distribution Agreements
EID 100 Digital Skills and Innovation for the Global Economy
RTA 711 Master Class
RTA 893 Social Justice Media: Innovators, Creators
RTA 902 Social Media
RTA 908 Business of Producing I
RTA 915 Legal Issues in Media
RTA 918 Ethics in Media
RTA 927 Business of Music I
RTA 938 Digital Popular Cultures
RTA 989 Emerging Media Markets/Entrepreneurship

 

The Music Industry

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

Two (2) Required courses:

RTA 905 History and Culture of Popular Music
RTA 927 Business of Music I


Plus one (1) of the following:

CRI 530 Talent Management
CRI 620 Concert and Festival Management


Plus three (3) of the following:

CRI 530 Talent Management
CRI 620 Concert and Festival Management
CRI 820 Global Licensing/Distribution Agreements
RTA 180 Music and Film
RTA 902 Social Media
RTA 907 Sound Media
RTA 937 Business of Music II
RTA 972 Sound Synthesis

 

Storytelling in Media

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

One (1) Required course:

RTA 210 Media History


Plus five (5) of the following:

CRI 450 Appreciating Creativity in Practice
RTA 220 New Media Art History
RTA 310 Media Aesthetics and Culture
RTA 912 The Audience
RTA 920 Visual Storytelling: Video Production
RTA 928 Gaming Theory and Practice
RTA 931 Inside the Frame
RTA 939 Indigenous Media
RTA 940 Canadian Televisual Studies
RTA 945 Writing for Factual and Reality Programs
RTA 956 Children's Programming
RTA 988 International Media Storytelling

Visual Culture

Complete six (6) courses as follows:

One (1) Required courses:

MPC 210 Introduction to Visual Culture


Plus five (5) courses from the following:

MPC 103 Art and the Classical Tradition
MPC 203 Art in the Modern World
NPF 504 Technology, Culture and Communication
NPF 507 Critical Theory and the Image
NPF 548 Modern Movements/Issues in Photography
NPF 552 The Political Economy of Culture
NPF 553 Advanced Topics in Modern Art and Cinema
NPF 555 Experimental Media
NPF 558 Topics in Design
NPF 562 Media and Communication
NPF 568 Analogue as Meaning
NPF 569 Disaster Images: Memory and Response
NPF 570 Advertising and Consumer Culture
NPF 573 Video Games: History, Theory, Culture
NPF 604 Screen Practices
NPF 606 Contemporary Art Theory
NPF 607 Cultural Studies