Explore Graduate Programs at The Creative School, Ryerson University – Fall 2022 admissions
We would like to invite you to explore one of our uniquely distinct graduate programs in the fields of media, communication, and design.
- Communication and Culture (MA, PhD)
- Digital Media (MDM)
- Documentary Media (MFA)
- Fashion (MA)
- Film + Photography Preservation and Collections Management (MA)
- Journalism (MJ)
- Media and Design Innovation (PhD)
- Media Production (MA)
- Professional Communication (MPC)
- Scriptwriting and Story Design (MFA)
Domestic admissions are open for Fall 2022
Learn more about each program by visiting Graduate Studies at The Creative School
The Creative School puts opportunity at your front door. Connect directly with culture, entrepreneurship, and industry while immersing and establishing yourself as a professional in your field. Access our professional media studios, advanced technology labs, and design fabrication ateliers and work directly with our industry partners.
UPCOMING PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSION
Documentary Media MFA
Bridging traditions of documentary practice with emerging approaches to non-fiction storytelling, this interdisciplinary program brings together students to explore documentary forms and strategies in the making of new documentary work. Working alongside artists, scholars and media professionals, students engage with the histories and theories of documentary, while working with the tools needed to complete their own major creative projects.
Tuesday, April. 26th, 2022, 3:30 – 4:30 pm, Online
INFORMATION SESSION: REGISTER HERE
Missed an information session?
You can watch a recording via the program websites’ admissions page.
The Creative School at Ryerson* University
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* In August 2021, the university announced that it would begin a renaming process to address the legacy of Egerton Ryerson for a more inclusive future.