2020-2021 College Catalog 
    
    Apr 19, 2021  
2020-2021 College Catalog

Course Descriptions


Prerequisite for all 300-400 level courses: 45 hours or permission.

 

Theatre

  
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    DRM 443 - Directing I


    Credit Hours: 3
    The students in this course will experience the process of developing directorial vision through play analysis and interpretation. By applying their directorial vision to basic directing principles presented, studied and practiced during class time, students will participate in class projects by directing scenes and short-act plays. Fall
  
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    DRM 453 - Directing II: Producing and Directing a Play


    Credit Hours: 3
    Prerequisite: DRM 443 . Selecting and preparing a script for production, each student must direct and be involved in all other production and management aspects of a publicly presented play. Spring
  
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    DRM 463 - Acting II


    Credit Hours: 3
    Prerequisite: DRM 163  or DRM 173 . This advanced course provides analysis of alternative acting theories as well as further training in solo, duet and ensemble role development. At least one performance in a play or an evening of scenes is required. Fall-Even
  
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    DRM 47V - Drama Ministry Practicum


    Credit Hours: 1-3
    Working with pastors, ministers or a Christian organization, students will participate in the presentation of Christian drama in a worship setting. Students will be responsible for the script, actors, costumes, props, lights and rehearsals. An accumulation of three credit hours is required for the Drama Ministry emphasis. Fall/Spring
  
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    DRM 48V - Drama Internship


    Credit Hours: 1-6
    Prerequisite: permission.  This course is designed for practical and supervised theatre experience in an off-campus entertainment organization. In order to be eligible for this course, the student must be selected for placement in the professional entertainment industry either in technical stage work, performance or management. Pass/Fail. Fall/Spring/Summer
  
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    DRM 49V - Theatre Special Problems


    Credit Hours: 1-3
    Prerequisite: permission.  This course provides special attention given to study, research and practice in one area of theatre selected by the student and approved by the instructor. Conferences between the student and instructor will take place as needed to insure continuity in the course. However, the emphasis will remain on independent study. A paper or performance project is required. This course may be taken for a total of no more than eight credit hours. Fall/Spring

World Literature

  
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    ENW 303 - Classical and Christian Epics


    Credit Hours: 3
    Prerequisite: ENG 203 .  A study of the most influential writers, intellectually, artistically and theologically, of the Western tradition from Ancient Greece to Early Modern England.  Spring
 

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