Program Learning Outcomes

 Bachelor of Fine Arts emphasis in Acting

Completion of the program requires students to demonstrate the following:

Literacy
Students will have a working knowledge of theatrical history, methods, and technologies that will assist them in understanding and creating plays and other theatrical events.

Artistry
Students will demonstrate creative and collaborate skills in their area(s) of focus.

Professionalism
Students will demonstrate entry level professional competency that can be applied to their field or further study.

 Bachelor of Fine Arts emphasis in Musical Theatre

Completion of the program requires students to demonstrate the following:

Literacy
Students will have a working knowledge of theatrical history, methods, and technologies that will assist them in understanding and creating plays and other theatrical events.

Artistry
Students will demonstrate creative and collaborate skills in their area(s) of focus.

Professionalism
Students will demonstrate entry level professional competency that can be applied to their field or further study.

 Bachelor of Fine Arts emphasis in Theatre Design and Production

Completion of the program requires students to demonstrate the following:

Literacy
Students will have a working knowledge of theatrical history, methods, and technologies that will assist them in understanding and creating plays and other theatrical events.

Artistry
Students will demonstrate creative and collaborate skills in their area(s) of focus.

Professionalism
Students will demonstrate entry level professional competency that can be applied to their field or further study.

 Bachelor of Science in Theatre Arts Education

Completion of the program requires students to demonstrate the following:

Literacy
Students will have a working knowledge of theatrical history, methods, and technologies that will assist them in understanding and creating plays and other theatrical events.

Artistry
Students will demonstrate creative and collaborate skills in their area(s) of focus.

Professionalism
Students will demonstrate entry-level professional competency that can be applied to their field or further study.

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:

  • Content Knowledge
  • Pedagogical Knowledge
  • Instructional use of objectives, methods, outcomes, activities, strategies and technologies
  • Instructional Communication Skills
  • Assessment
  • Management of Classroom
  • Learning Environment
  • Professionalism
  • Collaboration

 BA/BS Theatre

Completion of the program requires students to demonstrate the following:

Literacy
Students will have a working knowledge of theatrical history, methods, and technologies that will assist them in understanding and creating plays and other theatrical events.

Artistry
Students will demonstrate creative and collaborate skills in their area(s) of focus.

Professionalism
Students will demonstrate entry level professional competency that can be applied to their field or further study.

 AA/AS

Completion of the program requires students to demonstrate the following:

Literacy
Students will have a developing knowledge of theatrical history, methods, and technologies that will assist them in understanding and creating plays and other theatrical events.

Artistry
Students will demonstrate beginning creative and collaborate skills in their area(s) of focus.

Professionalism
Students will demonstrate developing professional competency that can be applied to their field or further study.

 AAS - Theatre Arts

Completion of the program requires students to demonstrate the following:

Literacy
Students will have a developing knowledge of theatrical history, methods, and technologies that will assist them in understanding and creating plays and other theatrical events.

Artistry
Students will demonstrate beginning creative and collaborate skills in their area(s) of focus.

Professionalism
Students will demonstrate developing professional competency that can be applied to their field or further study.

 Minor - Theatre Arts

Completion of the program requires students to demonstrate the following:

Literacy
Students will have a developing knowledge of theatrical history, methods, and technologies that will assist them in understanding and creating plays and other theatrical events.

Artistry
Students will demonstrate beginning creative and collaborate skills in their area(s) of focus.

Professionalism
Students will demonstrate developing professional competency that can be applied to their field or further study.