In the freshman and sophomore years, students should enroll for at least two major and two Discovery courses per semester. The minimum grade requirement for major courses is C- per course. Any grade lower than C- will not count toward the major. Under department policy, students who complete both COMM 401 American Sign Language I and COMM 502 American Sign Language II satisfy the bachelor of arts language proficiency requirement. All majors must take courses in the following areas: performance, design/theatre technology and theory/history as well as fulfill between four and eight practicums and complete a capstone course. Although timing will vary with each option, it is strongly suggested that all introductory courses be taken prior to the end of the student's sophomore year.
The required minimum overall GPA in major coursework is 2.0.
Candidates for a degree must satisfy all of the University Discovery Program requirements in addition to satisfying the requirements of each individual major program. Bachelor of arts candidates must also satisfy the foreign language proficiency requirement.
Theatre department majors may use one major-required course to satisfy one Discovery category requirement.
All UNH B.A. degrees require a minimum of 128 credit hours.
|THDA 436||History of Theatre I||4|
|or THDA 438|| History of Theatre II|
|THDA 460||Elements of Design||4|
|THDA 462||Ballet I||4|
|or THDA 463|| Theatre Dance I|
|THDA 551||Acting I||4|
|THDA 589||Practicum (A - D) 1||4-8|
|THDA 798||Senior Thesis||2|
|or THDA 799|| Capstone Project|
|History of Theatre I|
or THDA 438
| History of Theatre II|
|What's Old Becomes New: Threading Theatrical Themes into Societal Truths|
|Famous Dancers of the 20th Century|
|History of Musical Theatre in America|
|Art and Theatre Administration|
|Interpretation of Shakespeare in Theatre|
|American Theatre: 1920-1970|
|Methods of Teaching Theatre|
|Costume Design for the Theatre|
|Stage Lighting Design and Execution|
|Introduction to Puppetry|
|Scene Painting for the Theatre|
|Rendering for the Theatre|
|Theatre Dance I|
|Movement and Vocal Production|
|Storytelling, Story Theatre, and Involvement Dramatics|
|The London Experience|
|Musical Theatre I|
|Theatre for Young Audiences|
|Musical Theatre Scene Study|
|Advanced Musical Theatre|