Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Theatre and Interpretation Undergraduate Program By Central Michigan University |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Theatre and Interpretation

Main Subject Area

Performing ArtsMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Performing Arts

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

This program is for students wishing a broad but in-depth background in all areas of theatre and who have strong secondary interests in another (or related) field of study. This program allows students to pursue both a TAI Major as well as a formal Minor in another discipline. This program is focused on undergraduate students. Students will have performance, design, and technical opportunities virtually from the beginning of their academic career. Theatre and Interpretation faculty members teach all required courses in the curriculum. Although students may select from a variety of emphases within the program, all students majoring in theatre and interpretation are required to take the same core courses. These courses are designed to introduce students to the various areas of theory and practice in theatre and interpretation. Core courses include the fundamentals of interpretive reading, stagecraft and stage lighting, stage makeup, acting, directing, history of drama and theatre, and dramatic theory and criticism. In this program, students can select choice of emphasis and courses to meet emphasis requirements in consultation with an academic advisor in the Theatre, Interpretation, and Dance Area. The emphasis includes: acting concentration, interpretation concentration, design technology concentration, and generalist concentration. Graduate of the theatre and interpretation program will find a variety of career opportunities. Some of these careers may require additional education: actor/critic, scenery/lighting design, stage manager, costume manager, box office manager, and theatre and interpretation instructor.

Program overview

Main Subject

Performing Arts

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

This program is for students wishing a broad but in-depth background in all areas of theatre and who have strong secondary interests in another (or related) field of study. This program allows students to pursue both a TAI Major as well as a formal Minor in another discipline. This program is focused on undergraduate students. Students will have performance, design, and technical opportunities virtually from the beginning of their academic career. Theatre and Interpretation faculty members teach all required courses in the curriculum. Although students may select from a variety of emphases within the program, all students majoring in theatre and interpretation are required to take the same core courses. These courses are designed to introduce students to the various areas of theory and practice in theatre and interpretation. Core courses include the fundamentals of interpretive reading, stagecraft and stage lighting, stage makeup, acting, directing, history of drama and theatre, and dramatic theory and criticism. In this program, students can select choice of emphasis and courses to meet emphasis requirements in consultation with an academic advisor in the Theatre, Interpretation, and Dance Area. The emphasis includes: acting concentration, interpretation concentration, design technology concentration, and generalist concentration. Graduate of the theatre and interpretation program will find a variety of career opportunities. Some of these careers may require additional education: actor/critic, scenery/lighting design, stage manager, costume manager, box office manager, and theatre and interpretation instructor.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

79+
6+
Jan-2000

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