Department of Performing Arts
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About the Program
Emerson College’s Theatre Education & Performance program integrates the fields of theatre arts and education in the classroom, in the community, and on the stage. Our students and faculty believe in the transformative power of theatre to shape society and to change lives; they are artists who see education as the tool with which they create the future.
More than 100 years ago, Emerson College was among the first schools in the nation to establish a program teaching Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA). Today, our award-winning faculty includes many leaders in the fields of theatre education and acting.
At Emerson, we identify ourselves as a theatre program with a robust educational component which provides insight into the art of teaching as well as the teaching of art. Your education here will include a strong grounding in the liberal arts as well as in the fundamentals of dramatic arts, our two-year Actor Training Core, access to specialized acting classes, and a broad array of pedagogical tools that can be applied to a variety of potential careers, including work at professional theatres, in community outreach, and, of course, in the classroom. By the time you complete your BFA and pass the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure, you will have met all the requirements of our Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education-approved program leading to initial licensure as a teacher of theatre, all levels (pre-K-12+).
|BFA Theatre Education & Performance (detailed below)||68|
|General Education Requirements||56|
Compare the requirements of this program to other Emerson BFA degrees in Performing Arts.
To see descriptions of any of the below classes, please visit our course catalogue.
Students who have matriculated for the Academic Year 2015 - 2016 or prior may read the BA/BFA ACTING PROGRAMS HANDBOOK for more details about the program.
|1st||PA101||Languages of the Stage||4|
|1st||TH149||Emerson Stage Production Crew||0|
|2nd||TH215||World Drama in its Context I||4|
|2nd||TH216||World Drama in its Context II||4|
|3rd-4th||TH||Advanced Drama Studies||4|
|?||?||Total Department of Performing Arts Core||20|
|1st||TH123||Acting I: Movement||4|
|1st||TH124||Acting II: Voice and Text||4|
|2nd||TH221||Scene Study I||4|
|2nd||TH222||Scene Study II||4|
|?||?||Total Actor Training Core||20|
|2nd||TH265||Foundations of Education||4|
|?||?||Elective by Advisor||4|
|?||?||Total BFA Theatre Education Core||12|
Students seeking licensure must use elective credits to complete the Educator Licensure requirements (12–20 credits).
|3rd-4th||TH381||Directing I: Fundamentals of Directing||4|
|4th||TH460||Drama as Education I||4|
|4th||TH460||Drama as Education II||4|
|4th||TH463-5||Student Teaching or elective by Advisor||4|
|?||?||Total BFA Theatre Education Advanced||16|