BA in Theatre (Technical)

Degree Plan

Christian Literacy – 20 hours

  • BI 1211 Life of Christ* – 2 hours
  • BI 1214 Book of Acts* – 2 hours
  • BI 2202 Pentateuch* – 2 hours
  • BI 2203 Conquest through the Divided Kingdom* – 2 hours
  • BI 3311 Marriage and Family – 3 hours
  • BI 4311 Christian Cultural Heritage – 3 hours

*Students can take these as 3-hour classes if they so choose.

Electives – choose two of the following:

  • BI 3XXX – 3 hours
  • BI 3XXX – 3 hours
  • BI 4XXX – 3 hours
  • BI 4XXX – 3 hours

Cultural Heritage Literacy – 12 hours

  • HU 1310 Western Cultural Heritage I* – 3 hours
  • HU 1320 Western Cultural Heritage II* – 3 hours
  • HU 2310 Western Cultural Heritage III* – 3 hours
  • HY 2320 American Cultural Heritage* – 3 hours

*Transfer options available to students who will not graduate from Faulkner.

Mathematical and Scientific Literacy – 11 hours

Mathematics

MH 1338 Finite Mathematics or higher – 3 hours

Physical Science – choose one of the following courses and its associated lab – 3 hours

One Course from Physical Science, Chemistry, or Physics with companion Lab – 1 hour

Natural Science  – choose one of the following courses and its associated lab – 3 hours

One Course from Biology with companion Lab – 1 hour

Information and Communication Literacy – 21 hours

English Composition

  • EH 1301 English Composition I – 3 hours
  • EH 1302 English Composition II – 3 hours

Literature – choose one of the following:

EH 2301 or EH 2303 or EH 2304 – 3 hours

Communication

EH 1303 Speech Communication – 3 hours

Technology- choose one of the following:

  • CA 1302 Computer Applications – 3 hours
  • CS 2305 Computer Programming I – 3 hours
  • CSIS 1301 Intro to Computer and Information Systems – 3 hours
  • ED 2325 Technology in the Classroom – 3 hours

Foreign Language: 6 hours in a given foreign language – 6 hours

Personal and Social Literacy – 10 hours

Personal

  • FAFE 1100 Freshman Experience or – 1 hour
  • FATE 2111 Transfer Experience [required if student transfers more than 12 hours] – 1 hour
  • FASL 1090 Exp. Service Learning I – 0 hours
  • FASL 2090 Exp. in Service Learning II – 0 hours
  • FASL 3090 Exp. in Service Learning III – 0 hours
  • FASL 4190 Exp. in Service Learning IV Capstone – 1 hour
  • PE 1300 Lifetime Fitness – 3 hours
  • PE Activity – Two one-hour activity courses – 2 hours

Social Science – choose one of the following courses:

  • BA 2303 Macroeconomics – 3 hours
  • CJ 1300 Intro to Criminal Justice – 3 hours
  • COU 2320 Intro to Counseling – 3 hours
  • CSIS 2315 Computers, Ethics, and Society – 3 hours
  • INF 2315 Information, Ethics, and Society – 3 hours
  • PS 2308 Introduction to American Constitutional Government – 3 hours
  • PY 1310 Intro to Psychology – 3 hours
  • SY 2328 Intro to Sociology – 3 hours

Professional Literacy – 50 hours

  • TH 1104 Theatre Workshop Technical – 1 hour
  • TH 2104 Theatre Workshop Technical – 1 hour
  • TH 3104 Theatre Workshop Technical – 1 hour
  • TH 4104 Theatre Workshop Technical – 1 hour
  • TH 1107 Troupe – 1 hour
  • TH 1108 Troupe – 1 hour
  • TH 2107 Troupe – 1 hour
  • TH 2108 Troupe – 1 hour
  • TH 2340 Technical Theatre I – 3 hours
  • TH 2330 Acting I – 3 hours
  • TH 3300 History of American Musical Theatre – 3 hours
  • TH 3301 Theatre History – 3 hours
  • TH 3302 Dramatic Literature – 3 hours
  • TH 3303 Modern American Drama – 3 hours
  • TH 3304 Fundamentals of Make-up – 3 hours
  • TH 3314 History of Costume – 3 hours
  • TH 3341 Technical Theatre II – 3 hours
  • TH 3340 Technical Theatre III – 3 hours
  • TH 4301 Stage Management – 3 hours
  • TH 4302 Play Directing – 3 hours
  • TH 4306 Technical Theatre IV – 3 hours
  • TH 4360 Internship – 3 hours

Electives* – 6 hours

Total hours – 126 hours

* The student is not required to take any specific courses to fill the elective requirement. They will, however, be encouraged to take courses that will strengthen and compliment their degree program. Courses in Music, Art, Creative Writing and Literature are advisable. Students with deficiencies or special needs will be advised to take specific theatre courses that will count as electives. All electives must be upper division courses (3000 or 4000 level).