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Minor in Theatre (19 credits)


Program Student Learning Outcomes

  • Students will critically analyze scripts or productions using appropriate theatre terminology. Students will be able to describe and demonstrate the process of creating a character on stage through practical, hands-on experiences.
  • Students will direct actors in scenes or plays using appropriate methodologies and techniques.
  • Students will utilize discipline-appropriate research methods and be able to discuss and write about events in theatre history and trends in dramatic criticism.
  • Students will utilize discipline-appropriate research methods and be able to discuss and write about events in theatre history and trends in dramatic criticism.
  • Students will be able to construct and implement theatrical designs proficiently using current methods and technologies.
  • Students will utilize discipline-appropriate research methods and be able to discuss and write about events in theatre history and trends in dramatic criticism.
  • Students will critically analyze a piece of dramatic literature using a variety of processes for the purposes of directing, designing, or acting.
  • Students will employ the basic principles behind vocal techniques, such as proper breathing, projection, articulation, vocal expressiveness, and coordination between movement and sound.
  • Students will develop physical awareness of their bodies and employ technical skills through working with space, movement, and rhythm.
  • Students will employ the appropriate techniques of visual rendering to communicate their designs and interpretations of plays. Students will identify major trends and landmark plays from those trends and describe the characteristics of the trends and the plays.






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