Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Theatre Program By Northeastern University |Top Universities

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Theatre

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Theatre

  • QS World University Rankings
    342
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
The Theatre Department offers both a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science in Theatre. Our dynamic and challenging curriculum is divided into three core concentrations: Performance, Design/Production, and Generalist. Students may also work with an advisor to develop an independent major. Students may earn a double major by completing all requirements for two majors. A double major must have at least 16 distinct courses. Students completing a double major receive one degree and one diploma. The two majors appear on the transcript. If the two majors are in different colleges, the degree is associated with the major in the home college. At the time a second major is declared, the student and advisor(s) will designate the Home College in which he or she will be registered and from which he or she will be graduated. When the two components of the double major individually offer different degree designations, the student and advisor(s) will determine which degree designation will appear on the transcript and diploma. Learning Outcomes - Students who graduate from Northeastern University with a degree in theatre will be able to: Apply a broad and deep knowledge of theatre as an art form to their work, including: Foundational skills in performance, design, and production, Comprehensive understanding of theatre history, theory, and literature, Oral, visual, written expression of ideas with clarity and originality, Make theatre with integrity, Create or interpret a play, Collaborate generously, Apply a personalized technique to the process of making imaginative, innovative theatre, Make informed choices as theatrical entrepreneurs through professional readiness, Reflect on the cultural, social, and ethical impact and contributions that theatre has made to societies and communities.