Show the complete text of any section being changed with additions underlined and deletions in strikethrough font. If no changes are being proposed in a section, indicate "no change" in that section.
All changes become effective the fall semester following Campus Assembly approval.
Date: September 25, 2006
Discipline/Division: Theatre / Humanities
I. Introductory Statement:
III. Assessment of the Major – How do proposed curricular changes affect the assessment of the goals and objectives of the major?:
IV. Requirements for a Major:
Th 1101-The Theatre Experience: An Introduction
Th 1111-Fundamentals of Acting
Th 1301-Fundamentals of Design
Th 2101-Fundamentals of Directing
Th 3101-World Theatre: History and Literature I
Th 3102-World Theatre: History and Literature II
or Th 3202-Advanced Directing
Th 4901-Senior Project
one course from:
Th 2111-Creative Drama with Children
Th 2201-Voice and Movement
Th 2211-Oral Interpretation
Th 2221-Readers' Theatre
Th 3001-Theatre Scene Painting Studio
Th 3003-Stage Management
Th 3301-Stage Lighting
Th 3302-Stage Costuming
Th 3303-Computer-Assisted Drawing
Th 4301-Scenic Design
production responsibilities (
three four of which must be in a
faculty-directed production, all others must be pre-approved by faculty,
and three of which must be in the junior and senior years).
review in the
junior third year.
*at least one para-programmatic theatre experience that is arranged through a theatre arts faculty member and may take any number of forms, e.g., an internship with a theatre company, study abroad, or theatre tour to New York (Th 1040) or London (Th 1050)
Up to 4 credits of coursework with a grade of D may be used to meet the major requirements if offset by an equivalent number of credits of A or B. Required courses may not be taken S-N.
V. Requirements for a Minor:
VI. Requirements for Teacher Preparation:
VII. Cluster Headings:
VIII. Other heading (include heading title) :