Minor in Theatre
For more information, contact Roxana Spano
The Theatre minor offers students the opportunity to complement a variety of majors with skills and knowledge that facilitate self-expression and preparedness for a myriad of diverse careers. The varied course selection provides a sound foundation in theater history and textual analysis as well as the ability to customize the minor to reflect student preferences for either performance or production (or a combination of both). A popular minor for English majors, the Theatre minor also appeals to students majoring in Communication Studies, Fashion Design (costume design), Psychology (drama therapy), and Studio Art (set design and lighting).
Six courses selected from below, to include at least two 300/400-level courses.
FA 161 Theatre History: Prehistory to the Jacobean Period
FA 162 Theatre History: Restoration to the Present
FA 165 Acting Workshop
FA 265 Theatre Production (may be taken twice for credit)
FA 366 Advanced Acting Workshop
FA 373 Research in the Performing Arts I
FA 385 Fine Arts Internship I
FA 473 Research in the Performing Arts II
FA 485 Fine Arts Internship II
EN 216 Shakespeare and His Rivals
EN 3/4 Special Topic in Dramatic Literature