Queen's University

FAQ

 

Q: Can students currently enrolled in the Stage & Screen specialization complete the original STSC specialization? 

A: 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.

 

Q: Can students currently enrolled in the Stage & Screen specialization switch into MAPP?

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

 

Q: How do students switch or enroll into the MAPP specialization?

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

 

Q: Do MAPP courses count towards my STSC specialization? 

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

 

Q: What other FILM, DRAM, and MUTH courses count towards the new MAPP specialization? 

A: See new program requirements document for course codes provided as a pdf on this page.

 

Q: Will STSC-coded courses still be offered?

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