be elected as a departmental concentration program
Students who are considering a concentration in Theatre &
Drama are strongly encouraged to begin taking the foundation
sequence of courses during their first- or second-year. These
courses are: Theatre 211,
101 or 233,
250 and 251.
Concentrators may, however, take these foundation courses after
they have formally declared a Theatre concentration. The program
requires a minimum of 40 to 43 credits including the cognate
requirements indicated below. Each individual's program should
be planned in consultation with the A.B. concentration advisor
at the Department of Theatre and Drama. Inquire at the Department
Office for a more detailed description of the concentration program.
& Drama 102 or 260;
production practicum 252;
321 and 322;
423; and 402.
In addition, two cognate courses in drama: Shakespeare and Modern
Drama (usually English 367 and 447 or approved
Residential College drama courses).
are also required to elect at least six credits in courses beyond
the core, either in an area of specialty (History/Drama/Criticism;
Performance; Design/Tech; or Administration) or in the general
field of Theatre & Drama, as approved by the concentration
students are eligible for a departmental Honors concentration.
Those with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 are
invited to contact the department office for further information.
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