The TWU Master of Arts Online/Hybrid program is designed for Texas residents who, for financial and/or familial reasons, must continue to work while they earn college credit.
At least 51% of the total institutional degree will be offered online with some courses presented in weekly evening sessions. Other courses will be a combination of a few class meetings (4-6) per semester plus online communication. Some courses will be completely online and, still others, through independent study with the faculty member.
Classes will be offered in the Redbud Theater Complex at the Denton campus and online. Our target demographic is the North Texas region and - as the degree program is not 100% online - it is not designed for out-of-region residents.
The TWU Master of Arts degree plan requires 42 credit hours for successful completion. The typical time frame is 2 years and the course rotation is set up to demonstrate that. Online students with busy work schedules should anticipate a longer time frame for completion.
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.
Recipient: Texas Woman’s University
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