Whatever your creative path, you can follow it at Emily Carr University. The only university in British Columbia dedicated solely to art, media, and design, we offer diverse and exciting programs for undergraduate, graduate and continuing studies. Explore all our options below, or use our Program Explorer to find your perfect fit.
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2D + Experimental Animation
Develop the skills to be an animator, designer, and filmmaker.
3D + Computer Animation
For creative thinkers who want to bring their visions to life.
Art + Text
Explore text and language in contemporary visual art.
Experiment with form and investigate modes of production.
Use visual design to create compelling messages and unforgettable experiences.
Critical + Cultural Practices
Bridge critical theory and artistic practice.
Shape and influence the contemporary art world.
Through ink, pencil, or paint, make your mark on the world.
Film + Screen Arts
Realize your potential as a visual storyteller.
Create images that challenge and redefine our culture.
Bring innovative products, practices, and experiences to life.
Connect people and communicate ideas in a field more agile than any other.
New Media + Sound Art
When new technologies meet compelling storytelling, the possibilities are endless.
Become the artist you’ve always wanted to be through an immersive studio program.
For those with a distinct point of view, learn to document the world as you see it.
Explore traditional processes alongside new and emerging technologies.
Sculpture + Expanded Practices
For boundary-breaking artists who aren't afraid to experiment.
Social Practice + Community Engagement (SPACE)
Engage with the world at large through art and activism designed to make a difference.
Where unbridled creativity meets unparalleled resources.
A site of resistance, experimentation, inquiry, and play.
Master of Fine Arts
Experiment, research, and create in an environment like no other, as you take your practice to the next level.
Master of Design
Dare to take risks in a unique program rooted in the ecology, ethics, and politics of design.