A minimum of 24 hours of elective courses are required by the University for graduation. At least half of the elective hours must be in courses from outside of the Department of Speech Communication.
Departmental Electives (may apply toward university required electives but not TA option requirements.)
TA 250 Theatre Workshop (production and Faculty Supervisor)
TA 350 Workshop Communication Area Elective
More workshop credits can be taken, but only 12 credits can be counted toward graduation.
Electives Outside the Theatre Department
ENG 105 Introduction to Lit. Drama (3 credits)
ENG 201, 202, 203 Shakespeare (3 credits per class)
ENG 320 American Drama (3 credits)
ENG 411 - 413 Development of Drama (3 credits per class)
ENG 414 - 416 Literary Criticism (3 credits per class)
ENG 436 - 438 Advanced Shakespeare (3 credits per class)
ENG 442 Yeats and Irish Drama (3 credits)
AIHM 225 - 227 Apparel Construction (3 credits per class)
AIHM 250 Fundamentals of Textiles (3 credits per class)
AIHM 270 Fashion & Society (3 credits)
AIHM 319, 320 Comp. Assisted Design & Drafting (3 credits)
AIHM 321 Fashion Illustration & Design (3 credits)
AIHM 327 Flat Pattern Design (4 credits)
AIHM 360 Twentieth Century Fashion (3 credits)
AIHM 427 Draping (4 credits)
AIHM 429 Adv. Problems in Apparel Deign (3 credits)
AIHM 461, 462 History of the Near Environment (4 creidts per class)
MUS 185 Voice Class (1 credit)
MUS 169, 369 Opera Workshop (1 credit)
ART 131 Drawing (4 credits)
ART 204 - 206 Introduction to Western Art History (3 credits per class)
ART 222 Graphic Design (3 credits)
ART 360 - 366 History of Art (3 credits per class)
ART 367 History of Design (3 credits)
All theatre students should also be aware of courses in other departments with particular relevance to the study of theatre. Opportunities exist as well to satisfy Baccalaureate Core Requirements or College of LIberal Arts Core Requirements with classes pertinent to the study of theatre.
Final Note: All theatre majors and minors must at some time in their undergraduate training:
1: Serve on a running crew for a Main stage production.
2: Serve as a stage manager or assistant director for a Main stage of Lab production.
3: Perform in a major or minor role in a Main stage or Lab production.
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