Sep 26, 2018  
2018-2019 College Catalog 
    
2018-2019 College Catalog

Theatre Major/Secondary Education Major - Speech and Theatre Education Emphasis, B.A./B.S.


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General Information:


Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Students completing the theatre major will:

  • develop an appreciation for and knowledge of several areas of theatre including stage movement, vocal training, acting, dancing, stagecraft, design, directing, playwriting, theatre history, and script analysis (Academic);
  • acquire experience in performance and technical theatre and develop a strong work ethic that prepares them for postgraduate education or successful professional employment (Vocational);
  • recognize the human desire for creativity instilled by God and be able to apply a Christian worldview to the tasks of reading, writing, interpreting, and performing drama (Christian);
  • cultivate an appreciation for our nation’s invaluable liberties, which are guaranteed by the Constitution and Bill of Rights, particularly the freedom of expression available to those in the performing arts (Patriotic);
  • develop an appreciation for the performing arts, their collaborative processes, and their positive contributions in both historical and contemporary society (Cultural).

Speech and Theatre Education Emphasis:


General Education courses specified by major: 15 credit hours


K-12/Secondary Education Required Courses: 39-41 credit hours


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