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Bachelor of Arts in Theatre

Bachelor of Arts in Film


Our department promotes the study of dramatic art across all cultures and in all its current media, including stage, film, computer animation, motion capture and interactive narrative. We offer two Bachelor of Arts (AB) degrees—the A.B. in Theatre and the A.B. in Film Studies—as well as undergraduate minors in theatre and film studies. Both undergraduate programs are liberal arts degrees providing an exposure to several fields of knowledge in the physical, biological and social sciences, the humanities and the arts while also allowing a concentration in theatre or film studies.

Faculty Info: Antje Ascheid, John Patrick Bray, Mark Callahan, Marla Carlson, George Contini, Christian DeAngelis, John Gibbs, Tina Hantula, Mike Hussey, Ivan Ingermann, Dave Kreutzer, Kristin Kundert, T. Anthony Marotta, Rielle Navitski, Richard Neupert, Michael O'Connell, Ray Paolino, Julie Ray, Farley Richmond, Emily Sahakian, David Saltz, Christopher Sieving, Fran Teague.

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