Theatre Learning Outcomes

The Department of Theatre strives to ensure our students:

  1. Identify and Describe Perspectives of Theatre as Global Phenomenon. Identify and describe the artistic, theoretical, historical and practical perspectives of theatre and performance as a global phenomenon. (Inquiry)
  2. Demonstrate Foundational Skills. Demonstrate foundational skills in the performing arts.
  3. Illustrate Collaborative Process. Illustrate how theatre and performance is a collaborative process. (Communication)
  4. Engage with Community. Engage with campus, regional and international communities through theatre. (Communication, Action as Responsible)
  5. Demonstrate Relationship of Theatrical Disciplines. Demonstrate through experiential project-based learning, theoretical and practical knowledge of the associative (interdependent) relationships of theatrical disciplines. (Communication, Action as Responsible, Critical Thinking)
  6. Integration of Skills. Integrate individual initiative, creative thinking, collaboration, and leadership skills as understood as essential to industry standards and interdisciplinary professional success. (Inquiry, Critical Thinking, Communication, Action)