The College of Communication and the Arts offers a minor in Theatre.
I. Required Courses - 6 Credits:
- COTH 2621 OR COTH 2631-Introduction to the Theatre OR Theatre History
- COTH 2626 OR COTH 3621-Acting I OR Directing
II.Electives - 12 Credits, 4 from the following (6 credits of which must be COTH):
- COTH 1620, 1621, 1622-Performance Labs
- COTH 1720-Basic Stage Craft
- COTH 2610-American Stage
- COTH 2621-Introduction to the Theatre
- COTH 2626-Acting I
- COTH 2631-Theatre History
- COTH 3621-Directing
- COTH 3622-Playwriting
- COTH 3623-Lighting for TV and Film
- COTH 3624-Children's Theatre
- COTH 3625-Scene Design
- COTH 3626-Acting II
- COTH 2627-Theatre in London
- COTH 3628/ CORE 3101-The Religious Experience on Stage
- COTH-Theatre Internship
- ENGL 3013-Introduction to the Drama
- ENGL 3417-The Drama in Great Britain
- ENGL 3421-Modern American Drama
- MUSC 1134-Music of Broadway
- MUTH 2141-SP Fundamentals of Music
- Applied Music:
- MUAP 1011 - 1012-Beginning Piano I - II
- MUAP 1131-Beginning Voice
- MUAP 1172-Opera/Musical Theatre Workshop
- MUAP 2231-2239-Private Voice Lessons
- University Chorus- MUAP 1161 - 1168-Vocal Chamber Ensemble
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