Theatre Department Undergraduate Programs + Minors
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Bachelor of Arts
The degree Bachelor of Arts with a major in Theatre is a rigorous general education experience as well as an introduction to central elements of theatre performance, production, design, and scholarship. Majors are required to contribute to all productions, either as actors or as members of the crew, provided they meet academic eligibility standards as established by the department.
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Students will be prepared to pursue careers in acting, script, costuming and theatre productions. Majors are required to audition for productions and contribute to all productions, either in the cast or on a crew, provided they meet academic eligibility standards as established by the department.
Speech & Theatre Education-Teaching
Bachelor of Science in Education
The Bachelor of Science in Education with a teaching field of Speech and Theatre prepares you to teach speech, theatre, debate, forensics, and radio/television in grades 6-12.
Courses in theatre are excellent supplements for students planning careers in education, business, psychology, counseling, public relations, communication, law, and other fields that require the ability to work exceptionally well with other people. The theatre minor is an appropriate choice for students in the humanities or fine arts who wish to deepen their understanding of their major fields, as well as science majors who are seeking a breadth of undergraduate experiences.