Carleton University is located in Canada’s national capital of Ottawa. The campus is bordered by the Rideau River and Canal and is just minutes from the nation’s Parliament Hill. Carleton’s creative, interdisciplinary and international approach to research has led to many significant discoveries and creative works in science and technology, business, governance, public policy as well as the arts.
About the School for Studies in Art and Culture
In 1991, the Departments of Art History, Film Studies, and Music joined together to form the School for Studies in Art and Culture. Having three academic programs in one School allows students to take advantage of interdisciplinary approaches. As well, the University benefits from the shared knowledge of faculty in all three disciplines, in separate and common degree programs. All units in the School for Studies in Art and Culture have graduate programs at the Masters level.
- Art History – B.A. Honours
- Art History – B.A. Combined Honours
- Art History – B.A. General
- Minor in Art History
- History and Theory of Architecture – B.A. Honours
- History and Theory of Architecture – B.A. General (offered in cooperation with the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism)
- The Honors Program requires 9 credits in Film Studies.
- The Combined Honors requires 7 credits in Film Studies.
- The B.A. General program requires 6 credits in Film Studies.
- The Minor requires 4 credits in Film Studies
- Bachelor of Music
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Music
- Combined Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Music
- MA in Art History
- MA in Film Studies
- MA in Music and Culture