Curriculum - Theatre, BA


This is an unofficial description for this program. For official information check the Academic Catalog.

The Theatre B.A. is a comprehensive program that teaches students practical application of techniques and theory related to performance, design, technology, and production. Additionally, students develop and refine skills in communication, personal responsibility, collaboration, and creative problem solving. This degree prepares students to work in an increasingly diverse and multicultural world.

A minor is required with this major.



Requirements: (40 credits)

The Theatre B.A. is composed of 28 credits in core theatre courses and 12 credits in electives.


24 credits as follows:

must be repeated for a total of 4 credits:

As part of the core, students will take TH 115 for a total of 4 credits.

TH 115 can be worth 1 or 2 credits, depending on the production role. Whenever possible, students will be assigned to different production roles to gain a well-rounded experience. For example, a student may be assigned to help paint scenery one semester and assist with lighting in another. With each play production, students will learn and refine new skills related to theatre production. 

Directed Electives

Total Credit Hours: 40

Admissions Contact

Undergraduate Recruitment & Admissions

Academic Contact

Sarah Atkinson
Theatre Support Specialist
James J. Maloney Hall

Academic Department