BA - Dramatic Arts

You have two options for pursuing a degree in Art, Dramatic Arts or Music – the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Fine Arts or Bachelor of Music. Whatever route you choose, you’ll study with dedicated professors who are professional artists and scholars.

In general, the BA allows you to pursue your studies in the Fine Arts, and select more electives to satisfy your interests in other areas of arts and sciences.

 

BA - Dramatic Arts

Study aspects of theatre performance and production as well as theatre history, theory, and criticism, and get involved with theatre productions. Combined with pursuits in arts and sciences, you build your program around your diverse interests. Through a combination of academic study and practical experience, you develop knowledge and skills that prepare you to be imaginative, flexible, adaptable, and creative.

Facilities & Spaces

  • University Theatre, 450-seat with proscenium arch
  • David Spinks Theatre, flexible black box
  • Rehearsal studios
  • Scene shop for set construction
  • Properties shop for props design and construction
  • Costume shop and costume lab
  • Design Studio

Application Info

Find more information on the Faculty of Fine Arts requirements for admissions:

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Program Planning Guides

The program planning guides outline the required courses foryour specific degree and major, and provide a sample sequence of courses to help you plan.

Bachelor of Arts (Dramatic Arts)
Bachelor of Fine Arts - Dramatic Arts
Post-Diploma Bachelor of Fine Arts - Dramatic Arts (After a two-year diploma)
Post-Diploma Bachelor of Fine Arts - Dramatic Arts (After a three-year diploma)
 

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