The Theatre Major

(46 semester hours)

Required
ARMG 105 (4) - Introduction to Arts Management
ENGL 325 (3) - Shakespeare: Ten Plays
THTR 105 (3) - Introduction to Technical Theatre
THTR 189 (3) - Acting I
THTR 310 (3) - Scenography: Fundamentals of Theatre Design
THTR 329 (2) - Advanced Theatre Production
THTR 392 (3) - Directing

Senior Exercise
THTR 463 (3) -Senior Project

Choose the following course twice in two different semesters
THTR 229 (2) -Production and Performance

Choose 4 courses from the following
THTR 170 (3) - Theatre on Film
THTR 245 (3) - Contemporary Drama
THTR 333 (3) - History and Literature of the Theatre of the Ancient World
THTR 334 (3) - History and Literature of the Theatre of the Middle Ages and Renaissance
THTR 335 (3) - History and Literature of the Theatre in the 17th to 19th Centuries
THTR 336 (3) - History and Literature of the Theatre in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Choose 6 additional credit hours from the following
ENGL 322 (3) - Romance and Renewal: Shakespeare and Elizabethan Drama
ENGL 324 (3) - Revenge and Ravishment: Shakespeare and Jacobean Drama
ENGL 380 (3) - Classics of Modern Drama
DANC 223 (3) - Introduction to Dance Composition I
THTR 104 (3) - Introduction to the Theatre
THTR 170 (3) - Theatre on Film (if not chosen for requirement above)
THTR 220 (3) - Computer Applications for Theatre
THTR 230 (3) - Play and Screen Writing
THTR 235 (3) - Musical Theatre Literature
THTR 280 (2) - Voice and Movement for Theatre
THTR 290 (3) - London Theatre Tour
THTR 341 (3) - Musical Theatre Techniques
THTR 389 (3) - Acting II

Note: For the major in theatre, the P/CR/NC grading option may be exercised for courses taken at the 100- and 200-level only. Additional information about the P/CR/NC grading option is available under the Academic Regulations heading in this catalog.

 


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