The bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree is ideal for students who want a broad education in addition to production and performance experience. Students can take classes in a variety of theatre areas such as acting, directing, stage management, design, and playwriting. The program is designed to insure that students graduate with a sound artistic and experiential base for further pursuits in education and in life beyond the university.
General Education - University Core Curriculum: 22 Credits
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General Education - Distribution Areas: 27 Credits
* Proficiency through 102 can only be met through successful completion of a language course at the 102 or higher level. Some students may need to complete language 101 before taking 102. Credits for 101 will be applied towards General Electives.
** This course may be repeated.