Create an innovative and personalized path of study that includes acting, design, production, and interdisciplinary approaches to creative practice research. No two student experiences are alike; we can help you design the curriculum that best fits your interests and aspirations. We also offer innovative combined majors and a range of diverse minors.
You may complete our vigorous curriculum in two ways: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts, which includes a foreign language requirement. The BA / BS program also allows for two dedicated concentrations: Performance or Design/Production. We could also work with an academic advisor to develop an independent major.
This major is designed for students who want to combine an understanding of the American Deaf Community and its culture to the study and making of theatre, including performance, design, and production.
The combined major integrates the study of communication skills and processes with the study of theater history, playwriting, acting, and directing, as well as costume design, lighting, and scenery.
This major is designed for students who want to combine a knowledge of the art of theatre, including performance, design, and production, with sociocultural theories and conceptual frameworks for understanding human behavior.
Students in the combined major in English and theatre integrate knowledge of the art of theatre, including performance, design, and production, with literary studies, digital humanities, and creative writing.
This major is designed for students who want to combine a knowledge of the art of theatre with the theories and conceptual frameworks of media and film studies.
The international scope of this multidisciplinary minor is on the context, culture, practices, and trends in the fashion industry. It is designed for students especially interested in fashion marketing, retailing, media, and technology.
Uniting acting, singing, and dance, the musical theatre minor provides foundational skills in musical theatre performance and the exploration of the culture and evolution of the musical form.
Reflecting our commitment to creative entrepreneurship, this interdisciplinary CAMD minor prepares you to work in non-profit arts organizations such as theater companies, concert venues, and performance centers. Students develop practical skills in artistic programming, marketing, organizational communication, public relations, and the business of entertainment.
This minor is designed for students interested in writing for stage and screen. Uniting the study of significant works of drama with the creative writing process, students explore diverse styles of plays, playwrights, dramatic theories, forms, and movements.
The Professional Presentation minor allows students to combine presentation courses offered by the Communication Studies Department with performance courses offered by the Theatre Department. The result is a minor that helps students be more creative, compelling, and professional communicators.
Theatre minors select a path that uniquely matches their interests in areas such as acting, stage design, technical production, and dramatic literature, whether for career exploration or creative expression.
This innovative minor cultivates 21st century citizens who are passionate about engaging with cultural and social problems through theatre, and performance activities that encourage progressive social change.
This multidisciplinary program focuses on stage design as a collaborative process that interactively engages with performance. Students explore the conceptual transformation of dramatic texts through design thinking and develop the technical skills to realize their artistic vision.