The Associate in Fine Arts in Theatre degree is designed to provide you with the basic courses required of freshman and sophomore drama majors at senior institutions. This program of study will prepare you to continue your studies in the fine arts. All courses described below must have numbers of 110-199 or 210-299.
Upon completion of this concentration, graduates will be able to transfer to baccalaureate granting institutions to pursue a program of study in drama.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the program, you’ll:
- Write effective documents that are unified, coherent, well developed, and which adhere to standard grammar and mechanics.
- Deliver oral presentations that are unified, coherent, well developed, and which adhere to standard grammar. In addition, students will demonstrate proficiency in components of delivery which may include eye contact, posture/body language, volume, articulation and use of time.
- Demonstrate an understanding of basic computer terminology and file management. In addition, students will demonstrate working knowledge of applications which may include: email, web browser, word processor, spreadsheet and presentation software.
- Perform basic arithmetic and algebraic computations. In addition, students will apply these skills in
problem solving and in the interpretation of quantitative data.
- Locate, evaluate, and utilize information using a variety of print and electronic sources.