Degree Outcomes

Program Outcomes for the Department of Theatrical Arts for the Stage and Screen

AA

  1. Theory

Students will exhibit a developing understanding of the historical, social, and cultural dimensions of theatre and film.

  1. Text Analysis

Students will demonstrate a developing ability to analyze and interpret plays, films, and other theatrical events with special attention to the skills involved in the analysis, production, performance, design, and writing of texts across a range of media.

  1. Production Process

Students will demonstrate a developing understanding of the collaborative production processes of theatre.

AAS in Theater Arts

  1. Theory

Students will exhibit a developing understanding of the historical, social, and cultural dimensions of theatre and film.

  1. Text Analysis

Students will demonstrate a developing ability to analyze and interpret plays, films, and other theatrical events with special attention to the skills involved in the analysis, production, performance, design, and writing of texts across a range of media.

  1. Production Process

Students will demonstrate a developing understanding of the collaborative production processes of theatre.

AAS Theatre for Children and Youth

  1. Theory

Students will exhibit a developing understanding of the historical, social, and cultural dimensions of theatre and film.

  1. Text Analysis

Students will demonstrate a developing ability to analyze and interpret plays, films, and other theatrical events with special attention to the skills involved in the analysis, production, performance, design, and writing of texts across a range of media.

  1. Production Process

Students will demonstrate a developing understanding of the collaborative production processes of theatre.

BA/BS in Theatre Arts with an Emphasis in Design

  1. Theory

Students will understand historical, social and cultural dimensions of theatre.

  1. Text analysis

Students will be able to analyze and interpret plays and other theatrical events with special attention to the skills involved in the analysis, production, performance, design, and writing of texts across a range of media.

  1. Production Process

Students will demonstrate a strong understanding of the collaborative production processes of theatre.

Students will demonstrate strong abilities in the areas of design and theatre technology.

  1. Quality of Design

Students will demonstrate strong abilities in the following areas of design and theatre technology: 1) Preparation, research, and analysis; 2) Creativity; 3) Design technique; 4) Communication and documentation of design specifications; and 5) Implementation of designs.

Means of Assessment:

Senior Portfolio

Outside Adjudicator Rubric of Productions

Mentor Rubric for Productions

Head of Department Rubric for Productions

Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Results

BA/BS in Theatre Arts with an Emphasis in Performance

  1. Theory

Students will understand historical, social and cultural dimensions of theatre.

  1. Text analysis

Students will be able to analyze and interpret plays and other theatrical events with special attention to the skills involved in the analysis, production, performance, design, and writing of texts across a range of media.

  1. Production Process

Students will demonstrate a strong understanding of the collaborative production processes of theatre.

Students will demonstrate strong abilities in the areas of design and theatre technology.

  1. Quality of Performance

Students will demonstrate strong abilities in the area of performance.

Means of Assessment:

Senior Portfolio

Outside Adjudicator Rubric of Productions

Head of Department Rubric for Productions

Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Results

BS in Theater Education

  1. Theory

Students will understand historical, social and cultural dimensions of theatre.

  1. Text analysis

Students will be able to analyze and interpret plays and other theatrical events with special attention to the skills involved in the analysis, production, performance, design, and writing of texts across a range of media.

  1. Production Process

Students will demonstrate a strong understanding of the collaborative production processes of theatre.

Students will demonstrate strong abilities in the areas of design and theatre technology.

  1. Quality of Teaching

Students will understand the principles of teaching theatrical arts in a secondary school environment.

Students will exhibit a strong understanding, knowledge and skill set for the teaching of theatrical arts in a secondary school environment to include:

  1. Content Knowledge
  2. Pedagogical Knowledge
  3. Instructional use of objectives, methods, outcomes, activities, strategies and technologies
  4. Instructional Communication Skills
  5. Assessment
  6. Management of Classroom
  7. Learning Environment
  8. Professionalism
  9. Collaboration.