tion concerning admission auditions is available from the School of Theatre

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tion concerning admission auditions is available from the School of Theatre. Design/Production Sequence: 55 hours in Theatre required. Required courses: THE 100, 110, 130, 160, 237, 240, 258, 376, 377. 6 hours to be selected from: THE 243, 261, 330, 362. 6 hours to be selected from: THE 243, 261, 330, 331 or 334, 332, 333, 342, 343, 349, 361, 362, 363, 365, 367. NOTE: THE 243, 262, 330, 362 may not be repeated for this group of requirements. Theatre electives to complete 55 hours. NOTE: If THE 330, 363, 365 are repeated, the repeated courses will count as electives and not toward required hours (above). Teacher Education Sequence: 42 hours in Theatre required. Part of entitlement pro- gram leading to certification: secondary 6-12. Required courses: THE 100, 101, 110, 113/313, 130, 160, 185 (2 hours), 237, 240, 280, 285 (2 hours), 376, 385 and 1 course selected from 340, 341, 261 or 362. 297 Theatre
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C F A Students are required to enroll in THE 185/285 for a minimum of 1/2 credit hour their first semester and to complete a total of 4 credit hours of prescribed field activities in Theatre Education as a part of their pro- gram. The School recommends that students who plan to teach in high school take COM 123 and 223. Second teaching field required. To qualify for certification, students must complete an education minor, the Professional Education Require- ments, and the General Education Requirements as described in the Teacher Education Requirement, High School section of this Undergraduate Catalog . MINOR IN THEATRE 24 hours in Theatre required. Required courses: 100, 101, 110, 130, 160, 240; and 376; and Theatre electives to complete 24 hours. Teacher Education Sequence: 24 hours in Theatre required. Required courses: THE 100, 101, 110, 160, 240, 385, and 376 or 377. Students registering for THE 160 may be required to take 1 hour of THE 102/302 Practicum. 4 hours of THE 185 and 285 are prerequisites for THE 385. For students without these prerequisites, the Minor in Theatre/Teacher Education Sequence may require 28 hours. NOTE: The School recommends that students who plan to teach in high school take COM 123 and 223. MINOR IN CINEMA STUDIES 18 hours of Cinema Studies required. Required courses: THE 170, 370, 371. 9 additional hours from: ENG 107; ART 252; THE 171, 176.02, 270, 271, 273, 275.02, 370. MINOR IN DANCE 24 hours required. Students in this minor must be sufficiently proficient in ballet, jazz, and modern dance to be placed in the second-level courses by audition. Students should begin their studio sequences with THE 205, 207, and 219. This minor may require more hours than listed for students with studio deficiencies. Required studio courses: THE 102/302 (1 hour), 125 (2 hours), 205 (2 hours), 207 (2 hours), 219 (2 hours), 228 (2 hours), 261 (3 hours), 305 (2 hours), 307 (2 hours), 372 (3 hours), 373 (3 hours). According to the minimum requirements for state teacher certification, students in any area that has no established state standards (such as Dance) must have 32 semester hours in the area in order to be endorsed.
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  • Fall '15
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