Our B.A. program incorporates academic rigor with top-notch theatrical productions, giving you both excellent training in the theatrical field and a scholarly foundation in the liberal arts. Our liberal arts approach is what differentiates us from specialized conservatory training. By addressing our imagination, intellect, emotion, faith and moral being with compelling immediacy, the department strives to train skilled theatre artists who synthesize a liberal arts education through their craft. The faculty is committed to providing both challenging theatrical productions and rigorous academic programs in the belief that each enriches the other.
Opportunities for performance and technical work accompany the season productions and numerous laboratory productions every year. Drama majors must earn crew credits by working on department productions.
Why Be A Drama Major?
- Acquire skills businesses are looking for: creative thinking, collaborative work, excellent time management, and the ability to stand on your feet and speak publicly.
- Explore important spiritual, political, psychological, and emotional issues that affect our everyday lives.
- Develop strong critical thinking skills, maintain a healthy, energetic, and flexible body, and hone your creative expression.