Degree Programs | Dance and Theatre

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Degree Programs


B.A. in Theatre
B.A. in Theatre with a Concentration in Performance
B.A. in Theatre with a Concentration in Design/Tech
Theatre Teacher Certification

The theatre program offers a selection of core theatre courses, encompassing various aspects of theatre. After completing the core in each concentration, the student's subsequent coursework is customized. The student can continue to study a broad general degree, or to choose to specialize in performance, design/tech, or theatre education.

A minor in theatre consists of 21 semester hours.

An certificate in theatre technologies is offered for students to explore the field of theatre technologies and to prepare them to work in the industry.

Visit the University of North Texas 2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog which lists the theatre degree requirements, minor requirements, theatre technologies certificate, course descriptions, pre-requisite requirements, and core requirements for the University of North Texas and the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.

Marketable skills for these degrees include interpersonal, cognitive, and applied skill areas, that are valued by employers, and are primary or complementary to the major. The marketable skills goal was designed to help students articulate their skills to employers. UNT's marketable skills were faculty-developed and approved by employers or discipline-specific agencies, e.g., internship providers, chamber of commerce, workforce development boards, and other workforce-related entities. For more information on these marketable skils, visit:

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