DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS

The Department of Fine Arts offers degrees in three major specialty areas: Art, Music, and Speech/Theatre. The Department also provides non- major courses in art, music, speech and theatre in support of the liberal arts curriculum requirements of the University.


Bachelor Of Arts Degree In Art

Program Of Study

Bachelor Of Arts Degree In Music

Program Of Study

Bachelor Of Music Education Degree

Program Of Study

Bachelor Of Arts Degree In Speech And Theatre: Speech Concentration

Program Of Study

Bachelor Of Arts Degree In Speech And Theatre: Theatre Concentration

Program Of Study





BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Art offers concentrations in drawing, painting, sculpture, graphics and crafts. The program provides the student with broad technical knowledge and professional skills through varied instruction in the disciplines. It is further reinforced by arranged interaction with professional artists through residencies, seminars, and student apprenticeships/internships, and by liberal subjects promoting identification of purpose and social awareness'necessary adjuncts to the development of the creative artist. Potential Art majors seeking admittance into the   discipline must submit a portfolio of previous work for review and approval before major status can be granted. Additionally, for acceptance into and graduation from the discipline, each student must have, and thereafter maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or better. All  majors must earn a minimum grade of C in each art course. Majors must complete the departmental exit examination and a senior exhibit.        


The Bachelor of Arts degree in Music offers applied concentrations in voice, piano, wind instruments, and percussion. The program also offers courses in music theory, ear-training, counterpoint, form and analysis, music history, and literature with emphasis on performance, leading to further study at the graduate or professional level. Participation in performance organizations relative to the student's area of applied specialty is also required. Music majors may enter the discipline either at the freshman or transfer level. It is important for entering freshman music majors to identify themselves before or upon registration, as there are music division entrance requirements. It is important that potential music majors immediately become enrolled in the proper sequential theory and applied classes which begin at the freshman level. Transfer students will enter at a stage commensurate with their level of proficiency and prior instruction. For acceptance into major vocal or instrumental applied courses students must have had prior instruction and demonstrate requisite proficiency via an audition before the music faculty. A second juried audition prior to acceptance into junior level applied courses is also required, and a final Senior Recital must be presented in order to graduate. Additionally, for acceptance into and graduation from the discipline, each student must have and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or better. All majors must earn a minimum grade of C in each music course. Majors must take the Departmental Exit Exam.


The Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech and Theatre offers two concentrations for which students may receive degree specialization: Speech Concentration and Theatre Concentration. Students with specific objectives (law, radio and television, announcing or politics) may consult with faculty for advice on a program of study which would best serve their career ambitions. The program is designed to provide maximum flexibility in meeting the varied interests and career objectives of its students. Each of the concentrations has specific requirements, i.e., dramatic performances, qualifying examinations, oral presentations, etc.; however, students in both concentrations are required to have a grade point average of 2.25 or better to enter and exit the Bachelor of Arts program in Speech and Theatre. A grade of C or better is required in all major courses. Majors must also complete the Departmental Exit Examination.



BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION

The music education program will offer study leading to the Bachelor of Music Education degree with applied concentrations in one of the following categories: voice, piano, woodwind, brass and percussion instruments. Degree requirements will be completed primarily in the music area of the Department of Fine Arts, however, the teaching certification will be earned through the College of Education. Curriculum components of the program of study are (1) Area A-E - University Core Courses, (2) Area F - Courses Related to the Major, (3) Area G - Major Requirements; and (4) Area H - Professional Education Courses. In order to be admitted to the Music Education Program, students must first meet all college admittance requirements. Additionally, students must audition on a major instrument or voice for acceptance into the program, and must meet the requirements of the College of Education for admission to the Teacher Education Program.


The non-course requirements include:


  1. A 2.5 GPA
  2. Passing the GACE I Exam (for full admittance into the Teacher Education Program and to be able to student teach).
  3. Passing of GACE II  (required for graduation).
  4. Beginning School Experience (two-week internship at one of the public schools during the first two weeks of school).
  5. Student membership in the College Music Educators National Conference (CMENC), and the National Education Association (NEA) or the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE).



BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN ART

Area



Credit hours

Core Curriculum


(60 hours)

AREA A1

Communication Skills

6

AREA A2

Quantitative Skills

3

AREA B

Institutional Options

5

AREA C

Humanities, Fine Arts and Ethics

6

AREA D

Natural Science, Math & Tech

10-11

AREA E

Social Sciences


12

AREA F

Courses Related to Major

Prerequisite

18

ARST 1001

Design I (3 hrs)



ARST 2002

Design II

ARST 1001 (3 hrs)


ARST 1031

Drawing I (3 hrs)



ARST 2032

Drawing II

ARST 1031 (3 hrs)


ARST 2101

Sculpture I

ARST 2002 (3 hrs)


ARST 2051

Painting I

ARST 2032 (3 hrs)






Above The Core


(5 hours)





Area G - Major Requirements


(39 hours)

ARAP 1100

Art Appreciation


3

ARST 3102

Sculpture II

ARST 2101

3

ARST 3052

Painting II

ARST 2051

3

ARST 3081

Ceramics I


3

ARST 3201

Graphics I

ARST 2032

3

ARST 3202

Graphics II

ARST 3201

3

ARHA 3401

Ancient Art History

ARAP 1100

3

ARHA 3402

Renaissance Art History

ARHA 3401

3

ARHA 4403

Modern Art History

ARHA 3402

3

ARST 4065

Spec. Problems in Painting

ARHA 3052

3

ARST 4066

Spec. Problems in Sculpture

ARST 3102

3

ARST 4601

Seminar I Senior


3

ARST 4602

Seminar II Senior


3





Major Electives (choose from the following)

(18 hours)

ARHA 4406

Afro-American Art

ARAP 1100 Art Appreciation

3

ARST 3501

Textile Design

ARST 2002 Design II

3

ARST 3007

Craft Design

ARST 2002 Design II

3

ARST 4201

Water Color

ARST 2032 Drawing II

3

ARST 4067

Special Problems in Graphics

ARST 3202 Graphic II

3

ARST 4068

Special Problems in Drawing

ARST 2032 Drawing II

3

ARHA 4069

Special Problems in ARHA

Art History Modern Art History

3

ARST 4070

Special Problems in Ceramics

ARST  Ceramics 11

3

ARST 4071

Special Problems in Design

ARST 2002 Design II

3

ARST 4072

Techniques and Materials

ARST 2002 Design II

3

Total required for graduation


(125 hours)











PROGRAM OF STUDY FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN ART

125 Semester Hours


Freshman Year

Fall

Spring

ENGL 1101, 1102

Eng. Comp. I & II

3

3

PEDH


1

1

COMM 1100

Fund. of Public Speaking

3


ARST 1100

Art Appreciation

3


BIOL 1111K

Intro. to Biological Sciences

4

ASU 1201

Foundations of College Success

2


HIST 1002

Intro. to the African Diaspora

2

ARST 1001, 2002

Design I & II

3

3

POLS 1101

U.S. & GA. Govt.


3

Total


(15 hours)

(16 hours)









Sophomore Year



ENGL 2111

World Literature

3


CSCI 1003

Intro. to Technology

3

2

BIOL 1112K

Intro. to Biological Sciences

4


ARST 1031, 2032

Drawing I & II

3

3

ARST 2101, 3102

Sculpture I & II

3

3

PEDH 1003, 1004

Rec. Skills I & II


1

ARHA 3401

Ancient Art History

3

MUSC 1100

Music Appreciation

3

Total


(16 hours)

(15 hours)





Junior Year




ARST 2051, 3052

Paintings I & II

3

3

ARST 3201, 3202

Graphics I & II

3

3

ARHA 3402

Renaissance Art History

3


ARHA 4403

Modern Art History

3

ARST 4072

Special Probs. In Technique and Materials

3


ARST 4066

Special Probs. in Sculpture

3

ARST 4068

Special Probs. in Drawing

3

HIST 2113

Minorities in America

3


Total


(15 hours)

(15 hours)





Senior Year




ARST 4601, 4602

Seminar I & II

3

3

ARST 3081, 3082

Ceramics I & II

3

3

ARST 3007

Craft Design

3


ARST 4065

Special Problems in Painting

3


ARST 4067

Special Probs. in Graphics

3

ARHA 4069

Special Probs. in Art History

3

HIST 1111,1112

Survey of World History I & II

3

3

Total


(15 hours)

(15 hours)





BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN MUSIC

Area



Credit hours

Core Curriculum


(60 hours)

AREA A1

Communication Skills

6

AREA A2

Quantitative Skills

3

AREA B

Institutional Options

5

AREA C

Humanities, Fine Arts and Ethics

6

AREA D

Natural Science, Math & Tech

10-11

AREA E

Social Sciences


12

AREA F

Courses Related to Major

Prerequisite

18

MUSC 1021, 1022

Elementary Harmony & Musicianship (6 hrs)

MUSC 1021L,1022L

Ear Training Lab  (2 hrs)


MUSC*

Applied Lessons (Freshman Level) (2 hrs)

MUSC*

Applied Lessons (Sophomore Level) (2 hrs)

MUSC

Secondary Applied (Voice, Keyboard, etc.) (2 hrs)

MUSC

Performance Organizations (Band, Choir, etc.) (4 hrs)





Above The Core



(5 hours)





Area G - Major Requirements


(41-42 hours)

MUSC 2021, 2022

Inter Harmony/Musicianship

MUSC 1022

6

MUSC 2021L

Ear Training

MUSC 1022L

2

MUSC* 2022L

Secondary Applied Lessons (Sophomore Level)

2

MUSC 3021

Counterpoint

MUSC 2022

3

MUSC 3022

Form and Analysis I

3

MUSC 1133

Intro to Mus`c Lit.


3

MUSC**

Applied Lessons (Junior Level)

4

MUSC

Performance Organizations

2

MUSC 3000

Junior Recital (optional)

1

MUSC 3133, 3134

Music History and Literature

6

MUSC**

Applied Lessons (Senior Level)

4

MUSC 2000

Music Seminars


2

MUSC***

Instrumental or Vocal Methods

3

MUSC 4000

Senior Recital


1

*Applied lessons for music majors at the freshman and sophomore levels receive one (1) semester hour credit.

** Applied Lessons at the junior and senior levels receive two (2) semester hours credit.

***Voice majors take MUSC 3171 and 3172, piano majors take MUSC 4050, and instrumental majors take all of the following: MUSC 3230, 3050, 3600, 3700.

Major Electives



(19 hours)

Foreign Languages (6 hrs, two semesters)


Major Electives* (10 hrs)



*Major electives include the following courses: MUSC 1111, 1112, 4220, 4230, 2024, 3025, 3026,4130





Total required for graduation


(125 hours)







PROGRAM OF STUDY FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN MUSIC

125 Semester Hours



Freshman Year


Fall

Spring

ENGL 1101, 1102

English Comp. I & II

3

3

MATH 1101

College Algebra

3


CSCI 1101

Intro. to Computers

3

MUSC 1021, 1022

Elementary Harmony/Musicianship

3

3

MUSC 1021L, 1022L

Ear Training

1

1

Applied Major Instrument

1

1

Secondary Applied (Keyboard, etc.)

1

1

Performance Organization

1

1

(Band, Choir, etc)



ASU 1201

Foundations of College Success

2


PEDH 1001-10

Recreational Skills

1

HIST 1002

Intro. to the African Diaspora

2

Total Hours


(15 hours)

(16 hours)





Sophomore Year



BIOL 1111K, 1112K (or Physical Science) Intro. to Biological Sciences

4

4

ENGL 2111

World Literature I

3


MUSC 2000

Music Seminar

1


MUSC 2021, 2022

Inter. Harmony & Musicianship

3

3

MUSC 2021L, 2022L

Ear Training Lab

1

1

Applied Major Instrument

1

1

Secondary Applied (Keyboard, etc.)

1

1

Performance Organization

1

1

PEDH 1001-10

Recreational Activity

1

MUSC 1133

Intro. to Music Literature

3

Total Hours


(15 hours)

(15 hours)





Junior Year




(Area E) POLS 1101

US & GA Gov.


3

ARAP 1100

Art Appreciation

3


Foreign Language

3

3

MUSC 3133,3134

Music History and Lit.

3

3

MUSC 3021

Counterpoint

3


MUSC 3022

Form & Analysis I


3

Applied Major Instrument

2

2

Performing Organization

1

1

Instrumental Methods

1

1

Total Hours


(16 hours)

(16 hours)





Senior Year




ECON 2105

Principles of Economy

3


HIST 1111,1112

World History I and II

3

3

Major Electives


5

5

COMM 1100

Fundamentals of Public Speaking

3

Applied Major Instrument

2

2

HEDP 1001

Intro. to Wellness

1


Instrumental Methods

1


MUSC 4000

Senior Recital


1

Total Hours


(15 hours)

(14 hours)





BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION DEGREE

Area



Credit hours

Core Curriculum


(60 hours)

AREA A1

Communication Skills

6

sAREA A2

Quantitative Skills

3

AREA B

Institutional Options

5

AREA C

Humanities, Fine Arts and Ethics

6

AREA D

Natural Science, Math & Tech

10

AREA E

Social Sciences


12

AREA F

Courses Related to Major

Prerequisite

18

MUSC 1021

Music Theory I (3 hrs)


MUSC 1022

Music Theory II (3 hrs)


MUSC 1021L

Ear Training I (1 hrs)


MUSC 1022L

Ear Training II (1 hrs)


MUSC 1123

World Music (2 hrs)


MUSC*

Applied Lessons (Freshman Level) (2 hrs)

MUSC*

Applied Lessons (Sophomore Level) (2 hrs)

MUSC*

Secondary Applied (Piano, Voice, Etc.) (2 hrs)

MUSC*

Performance Organizations (2 hrs)






Above The Core



(5 hours)





Area G - Major Requirements


(43 hours)

MUSC 2010

Intro. to Music Education

1

MUSC 2021

Inter Harmony/Musicianship

MUSC 1022

3

MUSC 2022

Inter Harmony/Musicianship

MUSC 2021

3

MUSC 2021L

Ear Training

MUSC 1022L

1

MUSC 2022L

Ear Training

MUSC 2021L

1

MUSC*

Secondary Applied (Soph.)

1

MUSC*

Secondary Applied (Soph.)

1

MUSC 2280

Computer Generated Music

2

MUSC 3022

Form and Analysis

MUSC 3021

3

MUSC*

Junior Level Applied Lessons (**Ed)

1

MUSC*

Junior Level Applied Lessons (**Ed)

1

MUSC*

Performance Organizations

4

MUSC*

Senior Level Applied Lessons (Ed.)

1

MUSC 3133

Music History and Literature I

3

MUSC 3134

Music History and Literature II

3

MUSC 4220 or 4230

Conducting


3

MUSC*

Voice, Piano or Instrumental Methods

5

MUSC 4000

Senior Recital


1

MUSC 4436

Elementary Music Methods

3

MUSC 4439

Secondary Band Choral

2





Professional Education Courses


(26 hours)

EDUC 2110

Investing Critical & Contem. Issues in Edu.


3

EDUC 2120

Exploring Socio/Cultural Perspectives on Diversity in the Edu. Context


3

EDUC 2130

Exploring Teaching and Learning

3

SPED 3230

Contem. Perspective of the Exceptional Student


3

EDUC 4430

Prep for Teaching


2

EDUC 4412

Student Teaching


12





Total required for graduation


(125 hours)







PROGRAM OF STUDY FOR THE BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION DEGREE

125 Semester Hours

Music Education is a minimum four and a half year program. In order to finish in four years several semesters of overload credits must be taken.

Freshman Year






First Semester



Second Semester


Courses

Titles

Hours

Courses

Titles

Hours

ENGL 1101

English Composition I

3

ENGL 1102

English Composition II

3

MATH 1111

College Algebra

3

CSCI 1003

Intro. to Technology

2

MUSC 1021

Music Theory

3

MUSC 1022

Music Theory

3

MUSC 1021L

Ear Training

1

MUSC 1022L

Ear Training

1

*Applied Major Voice or Instrument

1

*Applied Major Instrument

1

Secondary Applied (Keyboard, etc.)

1

Secondary Applied (Keyboard, etc.)

1

Performance Organization (Band, Choir)

1

Performance Organization

1

ASU 1201

Foundations of College Suc

2

PEDH 1001-10

Recreational Skills

1


 


HIST 1002

African Diaspora

2




MUSC 1123

World Music

2

Subtotal


(15 hrs)

Subtotal


(17 hrs)







Sophomore Year





First Semester



Second Semester


Courses

Titles

Hours

Courses

Titles

Hours

BIOL 1111

Introduction

4

BIOL 1112

Introduction

4

ENGL 2111

World Literature

3

HIST 1111

World History I

3

MUSC 2280

Comp. Gen. Music

2

MUSC 1100

Music Appreciation

3

MUSC 2021

Music Theory

3

MUSC 2022

Music Theory

3

MUSC 2021L

Ear Training

1

MUSC 2022L

Ear Training

1

MUSC 2010

Intro. to Music Ed.

1

HEDP 1001

Intro. Wellness

1

*Applied Major Voice or Instrumental

1

*Applied Major Instrument

1

Secondary Applied (Keyboard, etc.)

1

Secondary Applied (Keyboard, etc.)

1

Performance Organization (Band, Choir)

1

Performance Organization

1

Subtotal


(17 hrs)

Subtotal


(18 hrs)













Junior Year






First Semester



Second Semester


Courses

Titles

Hours

Courses

Titles

Hours

HIST 1111

World History II

3

EDUC 4436

Elementary Music methods

3

MUSC 3133

Music History I

3

MUSC 3134

Music History II

3

EDUC2110

Invst/Crit/Comtemp  Issued in Educ Crit      3

EDUC 2130

Exploring Teaching & Learning.

3

SPED3230

Cont/Perspective/Exceptional





students Study

3

MUSC 3022

Form and Analysis

3

COMM 1100       Fund. of Public Speaking

3

EDUC 2120 Expl/Soci/Cul Perspective Div in Educ Cnt/   3

**Applied Lessons (Ed. Majors receive 1 credit)

1

MUSC Gen. Music Methods Course

1

Performance Organization

1

Performance Organization

1




*Applied Lessons

1

MUSC 3171 Vocal Methods

1

MUSC Methods Course

1

PEDH 1001-10 Recreational Act.

1




Subtotal

  

(19 hrs)


Subtotal

(19 hrs)













Senior Year






First Semester



Second Semester


Courses

Titles

Hours

Courses

Titles

Hours

ECON 2105

Principles of Economics

3

EDUC 4412

Student Teaching

(12 hrs)

MUSC 4220 or 4230  Conducting

3




EDUC 4437

Secondary Music Methods

3




MUSC

Methods Course

1




MUSC

Methods Course

1




**Applied Major  Voice or Instrument

1




EDUC 4400

Prep for Teaching

2




POLS 1101

US & GA Gov't.

3




MUSC 4000

Senior Recital

1




Subtotal


(18 hrs)

Subtotal


(12 hrs)


*Applied lessons for music majors at the freshman and sophomore level receive one (1) semester hour credit.

**Applied lessons for music education majors at the sophomore and junior level receive one (1) semester hour credit. Students must be accepted into the music program prior to his or her junior year via an audition.








BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN SPEECH AND THEATRE: SPEECH CONCENTRATION

Area



Credit hours

Core Curriculum


(60 hours)

AREA A1

Communication Skills

6

AREA A2

Quantitative Skills

3

AREA B

Institutional Options

5

AREA C

Humanities, Fine Arts and Ethics

6

AREA D

Natural Science, Math & Tech

10

AREA E

Social Sciences


12

AREA F

Courses Related to Major

Prerequisite

18

COMM 2020

Voice and Diction (3 hrs)


COMM 2030

Oral Interpretation (3 hrs)


THEA 2040

Acting I (3 hrs)



THEA 2041

Acting I Laboratory (3 hrs)


COMM 2060

Public Speaking (3 hrs)


COMM 2200

Principles of Discussion and Group Dynamics (3 hrs)





Above The Core



(5 hours)





Area G -Major Requirements


(37 hours)

COMM 2400-2470

Speech Performance

7

THEA 2900-2970

Production & Performance

4

COMM 3200

Phonetics


3

COMM 3340

Speech for the Elem./Middle Grades Teacher

3

COMM 4000

Intercultural Communication

3

COMM 4010

Organizational Communication

3

COMM 4100

Fundamentals of Parliamentary Procedure

2

COMM 4110

Comm. Research Methods

3

COMM 4200

Argumentation and Debate

3

Select two



6

COMM 3100

Black Rhetoric (3 hrs)


COMM 3150

Introduction to Forensics (3 hrs)


THEA 3040

Acting II (3 hrs)



COMM 4070

Intro. to Speech Disorders (3 hrs)






Area H



(20 hours)

Select two



6

FREN 1001

Elementary French I (3 hrs)


FREN 1002

Elementary French II (3 hrs)


GRMN 1001

Elementary German I (3 hrs)


GRMN 1002

Elementary German II (3 hrs)


SPAN 1001

Elementary Spanish I ( 3hrs)


SPAN 1002

Elementary Spanish II (3 hrs)


Major Electives



14

(Electives may be selected from the following areas: ARST, EDUC, ENGL, MACO, MUSC, and THEA; electives may include

Courses from disciplines other than the ones listed with approval from advisor.)









Total Required for Graduation


(125 hours)







PROGRAM OF STUDY FOR BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN SPEECH AND THEATRE: SPEECH CONCENTRATION

125 Semester Hours

Freshman Year


Fall

Spring

ENGL 1101,1102

Eng. Comp I & I

3

3

MATH 1111

College Algebra

3


COMM 1100

Fundamentals of Public Speaking

3


ASU 1201

Foundations of College Success

2


ARAP 1100 or MUSC 1100


3


HIST 1002

Intro. to African Diasp.

2

PEDH

Activities


1

Science/Math/Tech


4

CSCI 1101 or MATH 2411


3

Social Sci./History I


3

Total Hours


(14 hrs)

(16 hrs)





Sophomore Year



ENGL 2111

World Literature

3


HEDP 1001

Activities

1

1

Science/Math/Tech

4


POLS 1101 or HONR 1161

3


COMM 2020

Voice & Diction

3


COMM 2400, 2410

Speech & Performance

1

1

PSYC 1101



3

Foreign Language


3

COMM 2030

Oral Interpretation

3

COMM 2060

Public Speaking


3

COMM 2410

Speech Performance

1

THEA 2900

Production & Performance

1

Total Hours

(15 hrs)

(16 hrs)





Junior Year




SOCI 2011

Princ. Of Sociology

3


Foreign Language

3


THEA 2040

Acting I

3


COMM 2200

Princ Group Dynamic

3


COMM 2420 & 2430

Speech Performance

1

1

Electives



6

COMM 2150

Studies in Rhetoric

3


COMM 3100

Black Rhetoric


3

COMM 3150

Intro to Forensics


3

THEA 2901

Production and Performance

1

Total Hours


(16 hrs)

(14 hrs)





Senior Year




COMM 2440, 2450 & 2460

Speech Performance

1

2

COMM 3200

Phonetics

3


COMM 3340

Speech for Elem/Mgr. Teach

3


COMM 4070

Intro to Spch Disorders

3


COMM 4100

Fundamentals of Proc

3

COMM 4200

Argument & Debate

3

COMM 4000

Intercultural Comm

3


COMM 4010

Organization Comm

3


COMM 4110

Comm Research Meth

3

THEA 2903

Prod & Perf


1

Total Hours


(16 hrs)

(12 hrs)







BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN SPEECH AND THEATRE: THEATRE CONCENTRATION

Area



Credit hours

Core Curriculum


(60 hours)

AREA A1

Communication Skills

6

AREA A2

Quantitative Skills

3

AREA B

Insitutional Options

5

AREA C

Humanities, Fine Arts and Ethics

6

AREA D

Natural Science, Math & Tech

10

AREA E

Social Sciences


12

AREA F

Courses Related to Major

Prerequisite

18

COMM 2020

Voice and Diction (3 hrs)


COMM 2030

Oral Interpretation (3 hrs)


THEA 2040

Acting I (3 hrs)



THEA 2041

Acting I Laboratory (3 hrs)


THEA 2530

History of Theatre I (3 hrs)


THEA 2900

Production and Performance (1 hrs)


THEA 2901

Production and Performance (1 hrs)


THEA 2902

Production and Performance (1 hrs)






Above The Core



(5 hours)





Area G - Major Requirements


(33 hours)

THEA 2070

Make-up for Stage and Screen

2

THEA 2531

History of Theatre II

3

THEA 2640

Directing I


3

THEA 2903

Production and Performance

1

THEA 2904

Production and Performance

1

THEA 2905

Production and Performance

1

THEA 2906

Production and Performance

1

THEA 2907

Production and Performance

1

THEA 3030

Theatre Management

3

THEA 3040

Acting II


3

THEA 3041

Acting II Laboratory

2

THEA 3530

Modern Drama


3

THEA 3600

Black Drama


3

THEA 3640

Directing II


3

THEA 4760

Seminar in Theatre

3





Area H



(24 hours)

General Electives


24

Courses related to the major or other area(s) of interest





Total Required for Graduation

 


(125 hours)





PROGRAM OF STUDY FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN SPEECH AND THEATRE: THEATRE CONCENTRATION

125 Semester Hours Minimum

Freshman Year


Fall

Spring

ENGL 1101, 1102

Eng. Comp. I & II

3

3

MATH 1111

College Algebra

3


HIST 1111

Survey of World History I

3


COMM 1110

Fundamentals of Public Speaking

3


MUSC 1100

Music Appreciation

3

CSCI 1101

Introduction to Computers

3

ASU 1201

Foundations of College Success

2


HIST 1002

Intro to the African Diaspora

2

POLS 1101

U.S. and Georgia Government

3

PEDH

Physical Education Activities

1

THEA 2900,2901,2902

Production and Performance

1

1

Total Hours


(15 hrs)

(16 hrs)





Sophomore Year



ENGL 2111

World Literature I

3


BIOL 1111K, 1112K

Intro. to Biology

4

4

HIST 1112

Survey of World History II

3

PEDH 1001-07

Physical Education

1

THEA 2070

Makeup for Stage & Screen

3

THEA 2040, 2041

Acting I, Acting I Lab

3

2

THEA 2530, 2531

History of Theatre I and II

3

3

Elective




THEA 1020

(Theatre & Culture Recommended)

3


Total Hours


(16 hrs)

(16 hrs)





Junior Year




PEDH 1001-07

Physical Education Activities

1

1

COMM 2020

Voice & Diction

3


COMM 2030

Oral Interpretation

3

THEA 2640, 3640

Directing I and II

3

3

THEA 3530, 3600

Modern Drama, Black Drama

3

3

THEA 3040, 3041

Acting II, Acting II Lab

3

2

PSYC 1101

General Psychology

3


THEA 2903,2904,2905

Production & Performance

3

Total Hours


(16 hrs)

(15 hrs)





Senior Year




THEA 3030

Theatre Management

3

THEA 3540, 3541

Advanced Acting III, Acting III Lab

3

2

THEA 2906,2907

Production & Performance

2

2

THEA 4760

Seminar in Theatre

3

Electives



4

Total Hours


(5 hrs)

(14 hrs)