These are mandatory and all come with course.
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The two-year M.A. program allows students to pursue Cinema and Media Studies through coursework and an M.A. thesis project.
Students are expected to give primary attention to an area of expertise of their choice while training in the field's broader theoretical, critical, and historical contexts.
Faculty research specialties include:
strengths in contemporary cinemas and media culture, one that highlights media and film theory, cult cinema, documentary studies, early cinema, feminist and post-feminist media studies, American, Canadian and European cinemas, and sound television studies.
There are particular strengths in contemporary Anglophone cinema and television products and cultures within a global context.
UBC's students occasionally engage with professors and students in the renowned directing, design and film production graduate programs.
As a selective boutique program, the university provides close mentorship of all accepted students.
UBC is usually able to provide teaching assistant experience to MA students in the large first and second-year undergraduate courses.
Graduate students have the opportunity to work in the film studies journal Cinephile.
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The Faculty of Graduate Studies may extend a conditional offer of admission to a highly-qualified graduate applicant who does not quite meet the minimum English language proficiency requirement set by the graduate program to which the student has applied.
The student will proceed directly into the graduate degree program after successfully completing the prescribed terms of study in the ELI Intensive Academic English Program (or pre-approved, equivalent alternative).
To be eligible for the Condition Admission Program (CAP), the applicant must:
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