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A view from behind a crowd of people sitting in theatre seate watching the stade

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A view from behind a crowd of people sitting in theatre seate watching the stade

Theatre Studies

Theatre lights hanging from the ceilingDo you have a love for theatre and the performing arts? Combining areas of study from Ancient Greek and Roman Studies, Cultural Studies, English Literature, Indigenous Studies and Modern Languages and Literatures, this multi-departmental emphasis offers you the opportunity to choose credits from a very diverse selection of courses, all rooted in the history of, theory and performance in theatre.

Courses

To earn this emphasis, you will need to fulfill the requirements of a General or Honours degree in in any subject as long as you have successfully completed the following 6.0 credits:

  • 2.0 credits from Category A (Performance), 2.0 credits from Category B (History, Text, Theory), 2.0 additional credits from those listed below, at least 3.0 of the total 6.0 credits must be from different academic disciplines
  • Category A (Performance): CUST 2571H, 2572H, 2573H, 3070Y*, 3175Y, 4070Y ENGL 2152Y/2153H, 2811H INDG 2010H, 2020H, 2110Y, 3010H, 3030H, 3060H, 3860Y, 3861H, 3862H, 4860Y, 4861H, 4862H
  • Category B (History, Text, Theory): AHCL 2301H, 2302H, 3320H AHCL-ENGL 3330H CUST 3071Y (2070Y) ENGL 2150Y/2151H, 2804Y/2805H, 2809H, 3123H, 3153H, 3202Y/3203H, 4150Y/4151H, 4804Y/4805H INDG 3560Y
  • 1.0 credit from the following courses may count as a Category B option: FREN 3172H, 3200Y, 3202H FREN-CAST 3230Y*, 3231H, 4230Y