The Department of Communication and Theatre, cont'd
Bachelor of Arts Degree
Major in Communication Arts
|General Education Requirements
(See page 73) Students should consult with their advisors to determine if specific courses are necessary in order to satisfy the General Education requirements within this major.
|COMX 200 Exploring Communication Studies||3|
|COMX 210 Communication in Small Groups||3|
|*COMX 212 Introduction to Intercultural Communication||3|
|COMX 330 Principles of Mass Communication||3|
|COMX 340 Visual Rhetoric||3|
|COMX 341 History and Theory of Persuasion||3|
|COMX 470 Performance Skills for Professionals||3|
|FILM 340 Performance Theory and Criticism||3|
|FILM 353 Performance for the Camera||3|
|*THTR 101 Introduction to Theatre||3|
|THTR 102 Introduction to Theatre Design||3|
|*THTR 120 Introduction to Acting I||3|
|THTR 205 Theatre Workshop II||3|
|THTR 302 Theatre Design and Technology||3|
|THTR 305 Theatre Workshop III||3|
|THTR 375 Directing I||3|
|Total minimum credits required for major||48|
|Language Requirement (see page 161)||14-15|
|Restricted electives selected with advisor approval||6|
|Total minimum credits required for degree||120|
*May satisfy General Education requirements.
Note: Substitutions between options can be made with advisor or consent. Students must earn a grade of “C” or above in courses used to satisfy major or minor requirements in the Communication and Theatre Department.
It is recommended that students with a Theatre Option take at least one elective course in THTR 205/305 Theatre Workshop in Theatre Production.
Since a Communication and Theatre major has 48 credits and is therefore by definition an extended major, students with a Communication and Theatre major are not required to complete a minor.
Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.
Suggested Plan of Study
Bachelor of Arts
Majors in Communication Arts
This sample schedule is a suggested plan for students to follow in completing the Bachelor of Arts programs in Communication & Theatre. Due to course schedule changes and staff assignments, students may not be able to follow the plan exactly. This suggested plan is not a substitute for careful advising by Departmental faculty. Students should consult with their advisors to plan classes before registering each term.
|General Education w/Lab||4|