Theatre & Dance
About Theatre & Dance
The Department of Theatre & Dance educates students in the contemporary practice of theatre and dance within a liberal arts curriculum. Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre, the Department provides a broad-based education that integrates physical, vocal and technical performance technique with the intellectual skill and training necessary for life long development.
At the undergraduate level, the Department of Theatre & Dance offers a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theatre and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Dance. The theatre degree features four designated tracks for in-depth coursework in: Acting, Musical Theatre, Design/Technical and Pre-Teaching. The four tracks share a core curriculum of theatre arts courses while allowing students to extend study in their specific field of interest. Undergraduate students from other majors may also share in our interdisciplinary activities by choosing to minor, or concentrate, in theatre or dance.
Two programs are offered at the graduate level: The Master of Science in Teaching (MST) in Theatre offers teaching certification through a BA/MST program, consisting of the Pre-Teaching Track in the BA program and the MST Theatre Education program through Global Learning & Partnerships. The Master of Arts (MA) in Theatre: Arts Administration is a new, online Masters program offered through the College of Graduate and Continuing Education.