School of Theatre & Dance

Areas of Study

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  • Creativity Takes Many Forms

    The School of Theatre and Dance offers five major degree programs and two minor programs all within the context of a liberal arts education. Competent craftsmanship, creativity, and the development of artistic responsibility are emphasized throughout a student's career. Students are admitted to the BFA programs based upon auditions and/or interviews and only after being admitted to the University. Students must pass a second audition/interview at the end of their freshman year to continue in BFA programs.

Undergraduate Programs

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    Acting, B.F.A.

    The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Acting is designed to prepare students for success in the professional theatre industry.
  • Musical Theatre

    Musical Theatre, B.F.A.

    Students are well prepared for careers in Musical Theatre upon completion of this rigorous training program which places equal focus on acting, vocal training and dance.
  • Stage Management, B.F.A.

    Stage Management, B.F.A.

    The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Stage Management is designed to prepare students for success in the professional theatre industry.
  • Theatre and Performance Studies B.A.

    Theatre & Performance Studies B.A.

    The Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Performance Studies is an exciting degree for students seeking a broad-based education in theatre and performance.
  • Theatre Design & Production, B.F.A.

    Theatre Design & Production, B.F.A.

    ‚ÄčThe Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Design & Production is designed to prepare students for success in the professional theatre industry.

Minors

  • Theatre and Dance Minors

    Theatre and Dance Minors

    The minor in theatre is an exciting 21 credit course of study designed for those seeking a wide array of experiences within the theatre arts.