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UNDERGraduate Study in THEATRE

Bachelor of Arts

The Binghamton University Theatre Department offers courses and practical experience to undergraduate students in many areas of theatre and performance studies. Majors concentrate in one of the following three areas: Acting/Directing, Dance, or Design and Technical Theatre. The department also offers instruction in theatre history, criticism, dramatic literature and performance theory.

Theatre majors take a minimum of forty-four credit hours from the theatre curriculum and an additional twelve credit hours of specified liberal arts courses. The theatre major includes a core curriculum of six courses to introduce beginning students to the theatre.
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These courses are:

and one of the following:

In addition, students must take an upper level design or technology course to be chosen from

Other credits come from hands-on experiences (practica) in the shops, on stage and backstage and from electives. For complete course offerings and University Information please visit the following pages:

University Bulletin - Undergraduate Program Description
University Bulletin - Undergraduate Course Offerings

Theatre Minor

Theatre minors take a minimum of 24 credit hours distributed between regular courses (16 hours) and theatre practice (eight hours). Regular courses include:

For complete and up to date course offerings and University Information please visit the following pages:

University Bulletin - Undergraduate Program Description
University Bulletin - Undergraduate Course Offerings

 

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Last Updated: 9/16/09