Provides a sound basis for understanding the theory and practice of acting, directing, or technical aspects of the theatrical arts. Offers experiences designed to prepare successful students for acceptance into acting and technical theatre schools in the United States and abroad. Within the 60 credit degree program, one nine-credit emphasis from among acting, directing, or technical theatre is chosen by the student.
- Create research papers and reviews using writing skills and research methods in the field of theatre arts.
- Evaluate theatre productions using standardized criteria.
- Describe the historical context of theatre, including how it relates to contemporary society and culture.
- Perform, direct, manage, or design a theatrical production.
- Work collaboratively to produce a theatrical production.
- Illustrate the specialized vocabulary within the theatrical arts.
- Apply time management skills to accomplish theatrical production tasks.
See General Education Requirements for details.
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Theatre: Complete 9 credits from one area of study
Complete additional 100-level, or higher, credits to complete this degree.