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2018-2019 Catalog 
2018-2019 Catalog

Theatre, B.F.A.

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Professors: Scott Grim, David Janoviak, Kent Neely
Associate professors: Sandra Hedgepeth, Michael Phillips


Provide a solid base in acting, directing, technical theatre and design, performance, history, literature and theory. Students will be prepared for post-graduate opportunities including: graduate programs, teacher licensor programs, internships, professional theatre and participation in the arts in their communities.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand processes involved in creating theatre, from script analysis through public performance.
  2. Demonstrate competency in various production processes.
  3. Understand the historical, literary, theoretical, stylistic and cultural dimensions of theatre and how theatrical works exist within societal contexts.

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Total Credits: 113-115


A combined total of 12 credit hours in mathematics, computer science or quantitative literacy courses is required for this degree. A minimum of one course in mathematics and one course in computer science is required; any remaining required credit hours may be from either discipline or quantitative literacy courses. CS 101  may not be used to meet any portion of this 12-credit requirement.

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