Theatre Degrees - Majors and Minors


Majors

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.

Minors

Theatre Arts Minor.  Students take 18 hours of theatre classes including Beginning Acting, Stagecraft, Production Workshop, and Directing.