BFA - Dramatic Arts (Technical/Design)

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Dramatic Arts (Technical/Design)

You are introduced to all areas of theatre production and design including costumes, makeup, scenery, properties, lighting, sound, and stage management.

Through intensive hands-on experiences, you develop advanced practical skills in at least two technical areas. Our immersive approach prepares you for the ever-changing world of theatre, whether you want to work with distinguished theatre companies, or initiate your own artistic plans.

As a senior student you assume major technical or design responsibilities in Mainstage and TheatreXtra productions. A thriving arts culture across campus and in the community provides further opportunities to expand skills, demonstrate leadership, and build connections.

What Can I Do With My Major?

 

 

Know your calendar year

Remember that program requirements vary depending on the calendar year, which is usually the year of admission to uLethbridge. Therefore requirements may differ from year to year, even within the same major.

For questions about this or changing calendar years speak with an advisor.

 

 

Sample Sequencing Plan

Shown below is a sample of courses for your degree.  If you follow this plan, you should be able to graduate in the time shown.  If you want to alter the sequence, consult with an Academic Advisor

For more information on individual courses, see the Course Catalogue or review your Program Planning Guide.

 

 

Topics Courses

Example: Drama 3821 – Costume Construction

An introduction to the materials, equipment, skills and methods commonly used in theatrical costume construction. The course utilizes a hands on format to develop a thorough knowledge of sewing skills and alteration of patterns or garments. Students will work on a combination of contemporary and period construction techniques.

Prerequisites: Drama 2810 or previous sewing experience.

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Minors

A minor is a good way to complement your major, have your interests in another subject area recognized on your official transcript, and expand your employment opportunities. It is an optional component of your degree program that requires a smaller number of courses to complete.

See An Advisor for more information about this.