The Master of Arts degree provides crucial tools for the developing theatre practitioner, educator, or scholar. The experience and knowledge students achieve working on theatrical productions combined with courses in dramaturgy, script analysis, and dramatic literature allow them to embark on careers as actors, directors, stage managers, playwrights, dramaturgs, administrators, teachers, and critics.
To pursue the M.A. degree in theatre or the Graduate Certificate in Practical Theatre:
A minimum of 36 credit hours, plus practical participation in department productions, are required for the degree. A comprehensive examination is given in lieu of a thesis. The normal period of time required for study leading to the M.A. degree is four semesters.
Nov. 24, 2013
Theatre Department Open House
Feb. 1, 2014
Theatre Department Scholarship & Assistantship Applications Due
Feb. 21, 2013
Theatre Department Scholarship & Assistantship Interviews