Bachelor of Arts in Theater - Theatre Concentration Program By Boston College | Top Universities

Bachelor of Arts in Theater - Theatre Concentration

Bachelor of Arts in Theater - Theatre Concentration

  • QS World University Rankings
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months
  • Scholarships No
The Theatre Department offers a full spectrum of courses in theater production and performance and an extensive roster of courses in dramatic literature and theater history. Many upper-level courses have prerequisites, so students are advised to plan their coursework accordingly. Students must successfully complete a total of twelve 3-credit courses, six of which constitute the foundation upon which the upper-level courses are built. Ideally, these six courses will be completed by the end of the sophomore year. The required Foundation courses are: •THTR1172 Dramatic Structure and Theatrical Process (fall only). Students unable to register for this class may substitute THTR1170 Introduction to Theatre (fall and spring) •THTR1103 Acting I: Fundamentals of Performance (fall and spring) •THTR1130 Elements of Theatre Production I (spring only) •THTR1140 Elements of Theatre Production II (fall only; prerequisite THTR1130) •THTR2275 History of Theatre I (fall only) •THTR2285 History of Theatre II (spring only) Students must also complete six 3-credit courses that provide focused training and advanced study. Theatre majors will choose these courses as follows: two upper-level Performance/Production courses (numbered from THTR3300 to THTR3369 or from THTR4400 to THTR4469); two upper-level Dramatic Literature, Criticism, and Theatre History courses ; and two General Theatre Electives chosen from the Theatre Department curriculum according to individual interest.

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