BA Theatre Arts

The Bachelor of Arts degree is designed to provide students with a theatrical world view, a foreign language and a minor that is supportive of their major career aspirations. Students are expected to achieve competency in performance, dramaturgy and technical theatre/design through such courses as acting, directing, theatre history, stagecraft, and stage technology. Approximately one-third of the total undergraduate credit hours in the BA degree program are devoted to theatre courses (36 credits) and provide a theatre generalist's body of course work and practical theatre experiences conducive to further study at graduate school, conservatory or regional theatre.

Concentrations

Performance Concentration
Technical Concentration

Theatre Production Hours

The theatre arts majors in both the BA and BFA degree programs, in addition to completing all required courses, must actively participate in productions at Salem State throughout their undergraduate program. Theatre Production Hours (TPH) are earned by working on the faculty Mainstage and Callan Studio Theatre productions each semester...more.

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