B.A. in Theater Arts
The B.A. in Theater Arts is a general degree program that allows students to work with an advisor to focus their courses on their particular interests. Senior students must complete a capstone project, and in their junior year must submit a proposal for it that is developed in mandatory advising sessions with faculty members.
|THTR 110||Introduction to Acting||3|
|THTR 210||Fundamentals of Stagecraft||3|
|THTR 217||Technical Theater Practicum (must be taken twice)||1|
|THTR 218||Production Crew (must be taken four times)||1|
|THTR 224||Introduction to Stage Management||3|
|THTR 225||History of Theater to the 19th Century 1||3|
|THTR 226||History of Theater: 19th Century to the Present||3|
|THTR 374||Writing 3: Playwriting 2||3|
|THTR 499||Capstone Project in Theater Arts||3|
|Select five of the following:||15|
|Introduction to Theater 3|
|Theatrical Sets and Properties|
|Theatrical Lighting and Sound|
|Theater Education, K-12|
|Theater for Social Change 4|
|Acting Styles and Techniques|
|Musical Theater Workshop|
|Theater and the Church|
|Dramatic Theory and Criticism|
|Writing 3: Ethics in Theater, Film, and Television 2|
Meets the General Education Intercultural Competence requirement.
Meets the General Education Writing 3 requirement.
Meets the General Education Humanities: Fine Arts requirement.
Meets the General Education Civic Knowledge and Engagement requirement.
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Artistry: Able to integrate the technique and skills needed to become an interdisciplinary theater artist.
- Professional Development: Apply professional production techniques.
- Knowledge: Able to evaluate the historical development of theater as an art form.
- Analysis: Apply analytical approaches to drama; apply critical thinking skills.
- Spiritual/Faith: Able to identify the contribution and impact of Christian faith and practice in the theatrical arts.