Master of Fine Arts Degree in Dramatics
The purpose of this degree is to equip students in the areas of acting,
directing, and staging, culminating in successful stage production.
Learning Outcomes: Graduates of the dramatics program will be able to
- develop and defend a repertoire that reflects a biblical worldview;
- create presentations incorporating credible research, analysis, and
- communicate dramatic literature demonstrating graduate proficiency;
- demonstrate and impart mastery of vocal technique and non-verbal
- design professional-quality stage performances;
- direct and mount productions which are aesthetically pleasing; and
- write original scripts or adaptations of literary works for small groups
and large ensemble productions.
See Admission Requirements.
A minimum of 33 months of residence
work (3 fall semesters, 3 spring semesters, 2 summers, and an interterm session)
beginning with a summer session (July 12–23, 2018) is required. Summer courses are also available through online learning. A
dramatic production must be completed
successfully and a thesis prepared before
graduate work is completed.
Courses You’ll Take