Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree without a concentration. A general theatre degree. Minors from other departments and areas of study are highly encouraged, or a student may choose to sculpt their electives such that they custom build their experience in certain areas of theatre.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree with a Concentration in Design and Technical Theatre. In lieu of a minor, students are required to take classes that focus on design work, theatre technology, stagecraft, and stage management.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree with a Concentration in Performance. Course work focuses on acting styles, performance techniques, voice work, directing, script analysis, and scriptwriting.
Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.E.) degree - All-Level Theatre Arts. Students work towards their All-Level Texas Teacher Certification in Theatre Arts.
A complete description of Theatre Arts Majors/Minors and course descriptions are available online in the current ETBU catalog.
Theatre Arts Minor. Students take 18 hours of theatre classes including Beginning Acting, Stagecraft, Production Workshop, and Directing.