Theatre Arts Major | Towson University

Undergraduate students majoring in Theatre Arts pursue a comprehensive study of the
art form and advanced work in areas of artistic specialty.

Theatre Arts Tracks

The B.A./B.S. in Theatre Arts offers two tracks:

Design and Production Track

The Design and Production track provides a broad foundation in all areas of theatre
design and technical production, while preparing the student for graduate study or
entry-level professional work in scenic, costume, lighting, or sound design, or technical
direction, construction and support. Faculty mentors guide qualified students through
design and production projects of increasing responsibility, ­culminating in mainstage
designs and leadership production positions for the most advanced students. The Design
and Production Track has an excellent record of preparing students for internship,
graduate programs, and career opportunities.

Theatre Studies Track

The theatre studies track integrates academic inquiry and performance exploration
through a comprehensive study of the art of theatre in relation to multiple communities,
from local to global. This program of study is well suited for students with interests
in areas of theatre such as directing, dramaturgy, playwriting, theatre administration or stage management, among others. The well-rounded curriculum provides a strong foundation for graduate
study or entry-level professional work. This track also provides numerous transferable
skills for students who wish to apply their theatre training to other fields such
as education, law or business.

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Degree Requirements and Course Descriptions

You can view degree requirements and course descriptions for the Theatre Arts major in the Undergraduate Catalog.

View more information: https://www.towson.edu/cofac/departments/theatre/undergrad/theatre.html

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