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University of California - Davis


Department of Theatre and Dance
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222 Wright Hall, One Shields Avenue
Davis,CA 95616
530.752.0888


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DEGREES OFFERED

Bachelor of Arts in Dramatic Arts

Associate of Arts in Theatre & Dance

Master of Fine Arts in Acting

Master of Fine Arts in Directing

Master of Fine Arts in Design and Technology

Master of Fine Arts in Choreography


The UC Davis Department of Theatre and Dance offers its majors a liberal education and pre-professional training in an interdisciplinary program leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree in dramatic art, with an emphasis in either theatre or dance. Students develop their abilities through a wide range of courses combining practical and theoretical skills that emphasize critical thought and independence in a context of challenging cooperative work.

Faculty Info:

LARRY BOGAD, Mindy Cooper, David Grenke, LYNETTE HUNTER, MARGARET LAURENA KEMP, Maggie Morgan, JON D. ROSSINI.

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