B.A. in Theatre - Design and Production Concentration

College of Arts and Humanities
General Education Requirements
First Year Experience4
Academic Foundations
English Composition requirement6
Mathematics requirement3
Interdisciplinary requirement3
Diverse Communities requirement3
Distributive Requirements
Science requirement6
Behavioral & Social Science requirement6
Humanities requirement6
Arts requirement3
Additional Baccalaureate Requirements
Writing Emphasis requirement9
Speaking Emphasis requirement9
Ethics requirement3
Language/Culture Requirement
Demonstrating language proficiency through the intermediate level (202) or demonstrating language proficiency through the elementary II (102) level of a language and further acquiring a cultural foundation.0-15
Major Requirements
DAN 130Movement for Performance3
THA 100Theatre Survey1
THA 103Acting I3
THA 104Stagecraft3
THA 113Script Analysis3
THA 116Costume Construction3
THA 118Voice for the Performer3
THA 216Fundamentals of Design3
THA 301Directing I3
THA 306History of Theatre/ Drama I3
THA 307History of Theatre/Drama II3
THA 200Theatre Practicum (6 semester hours total of this one-credit course in the following areas: costume, lighting, scenery, leadership I, leadership II, capstone project)1-3
Select an advanced skill choice (300-level or above)3
Capstone Requirement
THA 300Career Preparation 12
Elective Concentration Requirements
Students who have an interest in a specific area of theatre may choose to follow a prescribed course of study, in addition to the requirements outlined above. See concentration requirements below 20-21
Total Minimum Credits Required120

Design and Production Concentration

THA 206Graphics for the Stage3
THA 218Virtual Production Techniques3
THA 320Staging Architecture and the Decorative Arts3
THA 414Stage Management (Or another THA design choice )3
Select 9 semester hours of area focus:9
Select one 300-level THA design choice
Select two THA special topics courses
Total Credits21

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The following is a suggested course sequence for this program; course offerings and availability are not guaranteed. Students should consult their academic advisor with any questions.