General Bachelor of Arts in Drama
Bachelor of Arts (Honours Drama)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours Drama in Education and Community)
Bachelor of Arts (Combined Honours Programs)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours Drama and Communication Studies)
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dramatic Art: Acting
Minor in Dramatic Art
Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Arts and Science
Requirements for degree programs in Dramatic Art make reference to the following groups of courses:
Group A-Performance Related Courses: 24-225, 24-235, 24-244, 24-277, 24-278, 24-284, 24-310, 24-325, 24-344, 24-351, 24-352, 24-384, 24-421, and 24-449.
Group B-Theatre History Courses: 24-130, 24-230, 24-330, 24-333, 24-439, and 24-469.
Group C-Technical/Design Courses: 24-115, 24-211, 24-212, 24-213, 24-215, 24-216, 24-217, 24-219, 24-250, 24-319, and 24-452.
1) Dramatic Art 24-100 (The Nature of Theatre I) and 24-200 (The Nature of Theatre II) are requirements for all first-year Dramatic Art majors.
2) Non-majors wishing to take a Dramatic Art course as an option may enter Dramatic Art courses (with the exception of those which are further restricted only to B.F.A. Acting or Drama in Education and Community students) only with the consent of the instructor.
3) Only 3rd and 4th year students may enrol in Production Problems with the consent of the Director of the School. Dramatic Art students may enrol in Directed Studies courses only with the consent of the instructor.
4) B.F.A. students may not proceed to the next level without completing all core Dramatic Art course requirements of the previous level. Performance courses must be taken in sequence.
All students majoring in Dramatic Art programs are strongly advised to seek academic advising prior to registration each term.
University Players is a serious and dedicated training ground for young theatre artists. It is a venue where faculty, staff, and guest artists find an opportunity for creative expression and showcase professional-calibre content and conduct. All Dramatic Art programs come together at University Players. First-year students learn the backstage and front-of-house operation of the theatre as members of running crews for productions. In later years, students work in the areas that correspond to their chosen B.A. or B.F.A. degree programs. University Players produces fifty-five performances of six plays annually, to a total of 15,000 audience members.
DRAMATIC ART: COURSES
DRAMATIC ART: INSTRUCTORS
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES: GENERAL INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS