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2022-2023 Catalog 
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Theatre Arts, B.S.

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


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. Integrate theatrical processes from play writing to post-production; connecting ideas, synthesizing techniques and transferring that knowledge to current theatre production and future production beyond the campus.
  2. Engage in creative thinking; synthesize existing ideas in original ways, characterized by a high degree of innovation, divergent thinking and risk taking.
  3. Incorporate processes of exploring and analyzing theatrical works through literary, stylistic and cultural dimensions of theatre.

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Upper Division Theatre Elective Credits: 18

Breadth Credits: 12

Additional upper division theatre classes or other applicable classes (creative arts, technical theatre and theatre design, business) as approved by an advisor.

Total Credits: 82-84

Satisfactory Grade Use

Program requirements may be fulfilled with a grade of S.

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