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Media and Performance Production

What is MAPP?

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 that begins in second-year and requires FILM 110 and either DRAM 100 or both MUTH 110 and MUTH 111 (students completing first year at the Bader International Study Centre should take BISC 100, BISC 101 and FILM 104). 
Check out the Faculty of Arts and Science MAPP information page to find out admission requirements for this degree


Yes. You’re ‘grandfathered’ in to the STSC specialization and it won’t change unless you notify us that you’d like to switch into the new MAPP specialization.

Yes. If you switch from STSC to MAPP, ‘Media and Performance Production’ will appear on your degree certificate instead of ‘Stage and Screen.’ 

Follow instructions outlined here on the Arts & Science website or contact Undergraduate & Graduate Assistant, Stephanie.Wilson@queensu.ca

Yes. Going forward, there will no longer be STSC-coded courses, so the new MAPP-coded courses will count towards your specialization instead. 

See the MAPP Degree Plans link above for a list of courses.

No, STSC-coded courses have been re-worked and re-coded as MAPP courses.