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B.A. in Theatre Arts


The B.A. degree is a generalist degree program that allows students to study and train in many different aspects of the theatre, including stage management, performance, direction, design, and film. The B.A. degree is designed for students who want to teach on either the secondary or college level, desire a career in direction, or have a primary interest in stage management.

Minimum Total Credit Hours: 124

General Education Requirements

See the 'General Education/Core Curriculum' for the School of Liberal Arts.

Course Requirements

A major in theatre arts for the B.A. degree requires 38 hours of theatre arts courses, including one of the following two sequences: Thea 110, 111, 168, 169 or Thea 272, 273, 274. Also required for the degree are Thea 271, 272, 320, 321, 322, 326, 327, 338, 339, 481, and 499.

Other Academic Requirements

A grade of C or higher is required on all theatre courses applied toward the major.

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