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Master of Arts in Drama


Course Description

Overview

Course work and stage experience for the Master of Arts in Drama are designed to train well-rounded theatre practitioners who have the ability to function creatively and skillfully in a variety of theatrical situations. Committed to top quality theatre performance and excellence in the classroom, the graduate drama program provides practical as well as academic training for students pursuing careers in professional and educational theatre.

Degree concentrations emphasize acting/directing, design/production, or literary criticism. Successful completion of a minimum of two capstone projects is required for the Master of Arts degree. Capstone projects can be creative, scholarly, or a creative/scholarly hybrid, and must meet professional standards. Projects may be selected from such focus areas as directing, acting, stage management, playwriting, design, theatre history, or criticism.

Apply

To apply for admission a prospective student must follow the Graduate School admissions procedures and submit the following materials to the Drama Program for review:

Letter of intent/application
Sample of academic writing
Undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0
Audition and/or design portfolio (Optional)
Interview
Resume or CV

Entry Requirements

Graduate admission to the Drama Program is provisional for all students until the completion of the first twelve hours with a GPA of 3.0 or better. At this point, provisional status is automatically changed to unconditional. Any deficiencies assigned to the graduate student must be completed at the undergraduate level and will not appear as graduate credit. If the student is required to complete undergraduate deficiencies, a formal change of status from provisional to unconditional must be initiated by the student's advisor at the request of the student

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