Bachelor of Creative Arts (BCA) Degree
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Through our sister school Yorkville University, you will learn the practical and business skills needed for a leadership career in the creative arts.
This degree can be obtained in as few as 15 months* on campus in Toronto. With this degree, you will be eligible to apply to Canada’s Post-Graduation Work Permit Program.
*With full course load, year-round study and approved transfer credits. Please consult an admissions advisor for more information.
*Fees are approximate, and based on students who have completed a recognized 6-term (or equivalent) creative arts college or university program. Tuition Fees do not include books, expendable supplies, equipment and resources. Tuition fees are subject to change.
The tuition fees for the Bachelor of Creative Arts (BCA) degree program are as follows:
Canadian or Permanent Residence Students:
$27,000* (Bursaries of $7,500 may be available)
$40,500* (Bursaries of $24,375 may be available)
Adam Till is a successful writer and producer. He created, co-executive produced, and wrote episodes for the series Billable Hours, which won a Gemini Award for best writing in a comedy series.
Adam has written films starring Rob Lowe, Mira Sorvino and Abigail Breslin, and won the Canadian Comedy Award for Film Writing in 2006 for his film Leo. Adam is currently in development with 20th Century Fox/Fox TV on a new sitcom entitled Meds.
Our 7 Step Admissions Process
Complete Yorkville University’s online application form.
Pay the application fee of $75.
Provide official transcripts for all post-secondary education and professional training.
Provide a letter of intent with a sample of writing that helps prove your ability to succeed in university studies.
Provide a resume that demonstrates the BCA’s ability to build on your previous post-secondary study.
Submit your choice of a portfolio, publications, reviews, and/or employer references (for those applying with only a 4-term diploma and additional experience).
Send proof of English-language proficiency (international students only)
Creative Arts in Cultural Context
Creative Arts in Ethical and Legal Context
Research Methods for the Creative Arts
Managing Talent and Arts Administration
Creative Arts in Political and Public Policy Context
Managing Projects in the Creative Arts
Financial Leadership for the Creative Arts
Criticism – Methods of Evaluating and Assessing Creative Activity
Entrepreneurship and the Creative Arts
Global Perspectives on the Creative Art
Graduating Project 1
Graduating Project 2
Western Art – Prehistoric to Gothic
Western Art – Renaissance to Contemporary
Principles of Art and Design
Art Industries in Canada – an introduction and Overview
Perspectives on Indigenous Arts*
Cross Cultural Communication
Creativity and Innovation*
Research and Composition
Communications for the Creative Arts*
Qualitative Research Methods for Social Science
The Workplace in Fiction
The History of Sport
Introduction to Beauty
World Religions: A Comparative Study
Philosophical Thought and Leisure
Psychology of Everyday Life
Contemporary Topics in Social Psychology
The Psychology of Creativity*
Global Issues in Sociology
Sociology and Culture
Topics in Technology and Society
Topics in Power and Society
Smart And Sustainable Cities
* indicates required + 4 of your choice
disclaimer for international students
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) policy (available here) states that you ARE eligible to apply for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program IF you graduated from a:
- – Canadian private school that can legally award degrees under provincial law (for example: bachelor, master or doctorate) but only if you are enrolled in study programs leading to a degree as authorized by the province
This policy, coupled with changes to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s practice, means students graduating with a Toronto Film School diploma will not have access to the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program unless they complete a post-graduate certificate program at another college, or a degree program at a university, including Yorkville University through the articulation / transfer credit agreement between Toronto Film School and Yorkville University.
Graduates of Yorkville’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a specialization in Project Management may apply for a Post-Graduate Work Permit of up to 3 years. If this is granted, you can comfortably work up to 20 hours a week while you are a student in the degree program, acquire strong skill-based knowledge in your industry, obtain the skills to write a test and acquire a professional designation through the Project Management Institute.
Toronto Film School recommends that all students interested in applying to extend their stay in Canada following their diploma reach out to the IRCC or to a qualified Immigration Consultant for more information.
*The Designated Learning Institution (DLI) Number for Toronto Film School is O19396019511.