To complete program requirements, you take three types of courses: required core courses, Theatre Production option courses and elective courses that allow you to explore other interests.
In your first year, you are introduced to the various aspects of theatre production. You learn to communicate visually and execute technically. You collaborate with directors, designers and performers. During your practicum, you join a crew of fellow students focusing on one area of production.
|THPR 100 - Theatre Production Boot Camp|
|THPR 101 - Technical Crafts I: Audio & Lighting|
|THPR 102 - Artisan Crafts I: Paint, Props, & Costume|
|THPR 103 - Stage Crafts I: Carpentry, Drafting & Rigging|
|THPR 104 - Production I|
|THPR 121 - Technical Crafts II: Audio, Lighting & Video/Projection|
|THPR 122 - Artisan Crafts II: Paint, Props & Costume|
|THPR 123 - Stage Crafts II: Carpentry, Drafting & Rigging|
|THPR 124 - Production II|
|ENGL 102 - Analysis and Argument|
In your second year, you build on the skills and knowledge learned in your first year and you choose an area of specialization. You collaborate with other theatre technicians as part of a production team and lead a crew of first-year students during the practicum.
|THPR 211 - Technical Crafts III: Audio, Lighting & Video/Projection|
|THPR 212 - Artisan Crafts III: Paint, Props & Costume|
|THPR 213 - Stage Crafts III: Carpentry, Drafting & Welding|
|THPR 214 - Production III|
|THPR 221 - Technical Crafts IV: Audio, Lighting & Video/Projection|
|THPR 222 - Artisan Crafts IV: Paint, Props & Costume|
|THPR 223 - Stage Crafts IV: Carpentry, Drafting & Rigging|
|THPR 205 - Theatre History|
|THPR 224 - Production IV|
The program of study may change from year to year. The authoritative source for course descriptions and the rules and regulations that apply to students is the Academic Calendar.