Bachelor of Arts (Dramatic Arts)

The study of Theatre & Dramatic Arts provides you with a vibrant and varied experience in the world of theatre, combining the excitement of live productions with studies in literature, acting, directing, design and technical production.

The insights of playwrights, concepts of directors and designers, interpretations of actors, organization of stage managers, and expertise of theatre technicians are all part of the intoxicating appeal of live theatre.

Previous experience in drama is not a prerequisite for entry into this program, which provides a broad focus and the flexibility for students to shape their studies to reflect specific areas of interests.Uncommon Women - Mainstage - 2010/11

You study aspects of theatre performance and production as well as theatre history, theory, and criticism. You also participate, in some capacity, in the annual series of major productions presented by the Department of Theatre and Dramatic Arts. Through a combination of academic study and practical experience, you develop knowledge and skills that prepare you to be imaginative, flexible, adaptable, and creative.

The University of Lethbridge teacher education program involves learning through a combination of dynamic theoretical and practical experiences. A 5 year combined degree; first you choose a teachable subject to complete your first degree and then apply to the Faculty of Education after 2 to 3 years. Once in the Faculty of Education, you receive 27-weeks of practical classroom experience in a broad range of schools from rural to urban and teaching K-12. You will develop a strong knowledge base in the subject area you intend to teach, both general and subject area instructional methods. You may choose a wide variety of subjects in which to develop a major and minor concentration and expertise, and you may also specialize in areas like Early Childhood, Technology or Special/Inclusive Education.

For course requirements in your program check out a sample program planning guide.