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All majors will serve as Production Stage Manager and head each of the following crews: costumes, dramaturgy, lights, makeup, props, sets, sound and theatre management.
The major includes a minimum of 9 credits beyond the core within one specialized area, to be selected from Theatre Studies, Technical/Design, Theatre for Youth, Performance or Musical Theatre emphases.
The major is part of a program leading to a Wisconsin initial educator license to teach theatre at the Early Childhood through Adolescence level (Birth –21). For certification, students must also complete the Professional Education Core requirements and secondary education requirements. Students choosing the Theatre Arts Teaching Major must consult with an advisor in the Education Department in order to be informed about admission and licensing requirements. See EDUCATION.
The minor, together with a licensing major, is part of a program leading to a Wisconsin initial educator license to teach theatre at the level corresponding to the teaching major.
For certification, students must complete a teaching major in another field and Professional Education Core requirements. Students must also fulfill licensing requirements as they apply. Students choosing the Theatre Arts Teaching Minor must consult with an advisor in the Education Department in order to be informed about admission and course requirements. See EDUCATION.
The new interdisciplinary minor in Film Studies is comprised of film-based courses offered by various departments and programs from across the campus. The course offerings provide historical, theoretical, aesthetic and critical thinking components that will broaden a student’s liberal arts education. The minor follows the development of film as an entertainment form, an art form, a cultural experience and a social force. Students will explore the historical, social and political dimensions of film in culture. They will learn to analyze, synthesize and discern important information created by film. They will learn to read and write effectively and develop critical audio-visual skills. In a culture that increasingly relies on visual information, a comprehension of how meaning grows out of the moving image becomes essential to the understanding of various areas of society.
Career possibilities for students with film minors include: working with film companies, film archives, festivals, art manager, critic, journalist, artist, teacher, dramaturg, actor, photographer, story editor, story board artists, casting director, publicist, camera operator, screen writer, script supervisor, sound editor, prop master, costume designer, and library assistant.
Requirements can be found in the Course Listing/Declaration Form