The Theatre & Arts Management Program offers a major and a minor in Theatre Arts, and a minor in Arts Management
The theatre arts major is intended to prepare students for continued engagement in the theatre arts, arts management, theatre education, or graduate studies. Through traditional classroom work, participation in fully produced mainstage productions, a multifaceted student theatre season, and in-depth community partnerships, we strive to train the artist of today for the theatre of tomorrow.
Upon successful completion of major requirements students will be able to demonstrate:1. An understanding of theatre history and literature in a global context.2. The skills necessary to take part in the collaborative theatre process.3. A contextual view of theatre as a unique and vital art form serving a diverse community.
The requirements for a Bachelor of Arts are:
NOTE: EACH MAJOR MAY HAVE SPECIFIC COURSE SEQUENCING REQUIREMENTS.FOR SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS, SEE "REQUIRED SUPPORT COURSES" WITHIN EACH MAJOR.
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The Theatre Arts minor is intended for students who are interested in participating in theatre production, both onstage and off.
In addition, Theatre Arts Minor students are required to take one Advanced Theatre Course.
The Arts Management minor is designed for students with a major in Art, Graphic Communications, Photography, Theatre Arts, or Music, although it may have a broader appeal and is open to any student who is interested.
Upon completion of the minor, students will be able to:1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of arts organizations and venues, how they are managed, and their relevance within the larger community.2. Demonstrate awareness of the role and responsibilities of the manager within arts organizations and/or venues and within the larger cultural and social context.3. Explain and respond to the challenges faced by arts managers and arts organizations in the areas of organization, promotion, funding and legal issues
Please note: ACC205, ECO124, and CMP112 required for admission consideration to MBA program.
The list below displays all the courses offered by the program: