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The Theatre School DePaul University
The website for the school is www.depaul.edu
To connect to the Theatre Department’s website, go to theatre.depaul.edu/Pages/default.aspx

Undergraduate Degree offered: Bachelor of Fine Arts
Emphasis of Study: Acting http://theatre.depaul.edu/conservatory/graduate/acting/Pages/default.aspx Masters Degrees: Yes – MFA in Acting, MFA Arts Leadership and MFA Directing programs

Classes required for Theatre Major: http://theatre.depaul.edu/conservatory/graduate/acting/Pages/curriculum.aspx Graduate Acting I: (3 quarter hours, 3 quarters)
Graduate Voice I (2 quarter hours, 2 quarters)
Graduate Speech I (1 quarter hour, 1 quarter)
Graduate Speech I (1 quarter hour, 1 quarter)
Graduate Movement I (2 quarter hours, 1 quarters)
Graduate Movement I (1 quarter hour, 2 quarters)
MFA Workshop I: Actor as Entrepreneur (2 quarter hours, 3 quarters) Graduate Seminar (3 quarter hours, 3 quarters)
Improvisation (2 quarter hours, 1 quarter)
Meisner Technique (2 quarter hours, 2 quarters)
Rehearsal & Performance I (3 quarter hours, 1 quarter)
** That is just the first year**

Classes required for a theatre Minor: http://theatre.depaul.edu/conservatory/undergraduate/theatre-studies-minor/Pages/default.aspx Students receive a Theatre Studies Minor by completing 24 quarterly credit hours (6 courses) in The Theatre School. A Theatre School advisor must approve Coursework in the Theatre Studies Minor. Performance Workshop PRF 290 (4 quarter hours)

Advanced Performance Workshop PRF 380 (4 quarter hours) PREREQ: PRF 290. World of Theatre THE 100 (4 quarter hours)
Drama On Stage THE 200 (4 quarter hours)
Dramatic Theory PHL 381 or 382 (4 quarter hours each) PREREQUISITE (S): PHL 100 Stage Direction for Non-Majors THE 242 (4 quarter hours)
Dramatic Writing THE 244 (4 quarter hours)
Scene Design for Non-Majors THE 246 (4 quarter hours)
Seminar: Topics in Dramatic Literature THE 434, 435 or 436 (4 quarter...
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