Minors are a secondary area of academic focus.

Declaring a minor can be helpful if you are wanting a different area of study, but not declaring another major. You can minor in something that compliments your major, or something you find interesting!  

A minor in theatre offers 3 different options. A minor of technical theatre focuses on stagecraft, theatrical design, and live production techniques. The minor in acting focuses on acting and the Fine Art Business Entrepreneurship focuses on front-of-house operations such as box office, marketing, contracts, legal aspects, booking, agents, and business practices.   

Theatre - Minor
(23 Hours Required)

Required Courses:

  • TH/DA105 Rehearsal and Production I (1)
  • TH155 Makeup (3)
  • TH218 Acting I (3)
  • TH231 Stagecraft I (3)
  • TH251 Costume Construction (3)
  • TH/DA305 Rehearsal and Production II (1)

Choose 3 hours from:

  • TH265 Drawing for the Theatre I (3)
  • TH316 Acting II (3)

Choose 6 Hours from:

  • TH375 Performing Arts Mgmt (3)
  • TH385 Directing I (3)
  • TH395 Period and Style (3)
  • TH490 Theatre History I (3)
  • TH495 Theatre History II (3)

Accreditations

  • NAST Accreditation: National Association of Schools of Theatre logo
  • NASD Accreditation: National Association of Schools of Dance logo
  • Yamaha Institution of Excellence logo

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