Bachelor of Arts (Honours Drama in Education and Community)
This program is designed for those students interested in pursuing future careers in the educational and developmental fields such as elementary classroom teachers and secondary theatre arts teachers; special education teachers; drama consultants; play and recreational leaders in the community; and specialists in theatre for young audiences.
Field work will be assigned only if a student is assessed to have suitable personal qualities as well as academic qualifications.
Students wishing to obtain certification from the Ontario College of Teachers must enrol in a Faculty of Education upon the successful completion of this program.
Drama in Education and Community students may select options in Visual Arts. To do so, they must apply to Visual Arts during the Winter term of their first year. Their requests will be reviewed by interview and/or portfolio.
A concentration of six courses in a second teachable subject is advisable for students wishing to apply to a Faculty of Education. Students wishing to pursue a career in teaching are strongly advised to consult an academic advisor.
1) All candidates must meet the requirements for admission to
the University of Windsor.
2) In addition, an interview and workshop will be required.
3) enrollment is limited.
Total courses: forty.
Major requirements: twenty courses, including 24-100, 24-160, 24-161, 24-200, 24-225, 24-260, 24-261, 24-277, 24-284, 24-360, 24-371, 24-267, and 24-479; plus two of 24-378, 24-470, 24-471, and 24-479; and five additional Dramatic Art courses to be identified in consultation with a Dramatic Art program advisor.
Option requirements: six courses including
(a) two courses from Social Science;
(b) two courses from Languages or Science;
(c) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(a) 01-150, 01-151;
(b) four English courses. (Recommended: 26-100, 26-122, and 26-123);
(c) four Psychology courses: Required: 46-115, 46-116, Recommended: 46-223, and 46-224;
(d) two courses from Music (32- or 33-), Visual Arts (27- or 28-), or Kinesiology (95-);
(e) two additional courses from any area of study.
In addition to complying with the general university regulations (see Standing Required for Continuation in Programs), in order to advance in the Drama in Education and Community program, students must obtain a minimum grade of C in the following courses: 24-160, 24-161, 24-260, 24-261, 24-360, 24-371, 24-267, 24-378, 24-470, 24-471, 24-479.
Under exceptional circumstances, and with permission of the Academic Standing Committee, a student may be permitted to upgrade. If the student obtains a grade of C or better in the deficient course(s), and a major average of 8.0 or better, the student may be re-interviewed for the Drama in Education and Community program.
Grades will be reviewed at the end of each semester, and students who do not achieve the minimum grade of C in all required core courses will be required to withdraw from the program. These students may transfer into the B.A. Drama program.
DRAMATIC ART: COURSES
DRAMATIC ART: PROGRAMS
DRAMATIC ART: INSTRUCTORS
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES: GENERAL INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS