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Media and Performance Production (MAPP) Specialization is a four-year Bachelor degree co-coordinated by the Department of Film & Media and the Dan School of Drama and Music. Providing students with incredible opportunities to gain technical knowledge and skills needed to creatively explore the intersections of video and audio, this degree has a strong emphasis on digital media and how it can be used to synthesize live and recorded presentations that incorporate drama, music, sound, film and performance studies. [This degree was formerly known as the Stage and Screen (STSC) Specialization.]

Check out the Faculty of Arts and Science MAPP information page to find out admission requirements for this degree.

Faculty of Arts and Science MAPP Information

MAPP at the Isabel
FAQ and Degree Plans for Former STSC Students
MAPP Courses
Degree Plans for New MAPP Students
What is MAPP?

Undergraduate: 

In our music and drama programs we encourage our students to develop high-level practical and performance skills while at the same time building crucial creative and academic literacies. Join us for a course on-campus or online and creatively enhance your Queen's experience.

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For more information, please contact:

Stephanie Wilson, Film and Media Studies Undergraduate and Graduate Assistant

Stephanie.Wilson@queensu.ca 

Scott MacKenzie, Film and Media Studies Undergraduate Chair

 Mackenzs@queensu.ca 

John Burge, Dan School of Drama and Music Undergraduate Chair

Burgej@queensu.ca

 

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