Theater Minor

The study of the history, literature and artistic techniques in theater will provide the student with an integrated discipline that combines elements of most art and academic subjects, since theater employs all art forms to depict an image of life itself. The minor may be integrated with any major, offering students intellectual and experiential resources complementary to such fields as teaching, communication and ministry. Hi!

Unique Features

The study of history, literature and artistic techniques of theater provides students with an integrated discipline that combines elements of many subjects, since theater employs all art forms to depict an image of life itself.

Our Graduates

The study of theater provides supplemental preparation in the areas of teacher education, communication, group process, organization, aesthetics, public presentation and other skills valuable in a wide variety of fields, as well as preparation for graduate school, theater ministry or conservatory training.

Courses

General Education Prerequisite

  • DRA-105 Theater Appreciation (3)

Required Courses (8 Courses, 18 Units)

  • DRA-115/315 Drama Practicum: The Company (2)
  • DRA-350 Acting (3)
  • DRA-360 Directing and Staging Texts (3)
  • DRA-370 Auditioning (1)
  • DRA-380 Stage Make-Up (1)
  • DRA-470 Senior Thesis Performance (2)
  • LIT-385 World Theater: 1800 to Present (3)

Select one of the following:

  • LIT-380 World Theater: Roots to 1800 (3)
  • LIT-415 Shakespeare (3)

Further Information

To discover more about the theater program, please visit our theater department pages.

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