Students interested in furthering their career opportunities often first earn a Bachelor of Science (BSc). While studying for the diploma, students typically take general courses as well as classes specific to their fields of interest. Classes are often taken on a full-time basis, with a degree requiring about four years to complete.
What is a BSc in Theater Studies? In this program, courses can cover both performance and backstage work. If you are interested in show production, you might take classes on how to design lighting or engineer a sound system. On-stage coursework might include involvement in actual productions. Courses can give you an overall appreciation of the theater arts, such as its history, theory and practicum.
Earning a bachelor’s degree is the first step if you are interested in pursuing an advanced degree. With a BSc, you can gain practical experience in theater work, which future employers will appreciate. If your future plans include working in the professional theater or as an educator, you may want to start with a degree in theater studies.
The number of courses required for a bachelor’s degree may vary, but they usually take about four years to complete if you attend full time. Each university program varies slightly, so contact the university of your choice for specifics on tuition costs.
There are many job opportunities you can pursue with a Bachelor’s in Theater Studies. Behind the scenes, you may find work as a costume designer. If you are mechanically minded, you might work as a lighting designer or technical director. There is also work as electricians and carpenters. On stage, you can be ready to be an actor or a director. As an educator, you could teach drama and be in charge of all of the stages of production.
Now is the time to start working on your future in the theater. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
This multifaceted undergraduate program imparts a broad grounding in stagecraft, behind and in front of the curtain. The program includes theatrical history, theory, critique, technology, design, and hands-on production experiences.
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Own Your Craft
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What to Expect
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