B.A. in Theatre (Curriculum Map) (GLOBE Outcomes Map)
B.A. in Theatre/English (Curriculum Map) (GLOBE Outcomes Map)

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Learning Outcomes in Theatre

  • The student will demonstrate an advanced level of of skill in one aspect of theatre production or performance.
  • The student will demonstrate the ability to relate theatre scholarship to theatre practice.
  • The student will demonstrate the ability to responsibly collaborate with other theatre practitioners to produce artistic work
  • The student will demonstrate a substantial knowledge of dramatic literature, history and cirticism.
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  1. Towards achieving the above Learning Outcomes, the Department of Theatre and Dance spent much of its energy trying to revise our minors and concentrates.  The Dance Minors and Concentrates were revised in order to make them more inclusive.  The Theatre Concentration was revised to make it more flexible for education majors and still achieve the learning outcomes.

    Planning had begun to revise the Theatre English major; however, the Department of English has since taken the stand that the major needs to be eliminated since they do not have the faculty to cover those classes.  This has since been approved by Senate.

  2. Two questions were considered instead of just one.  Dr. Blood suggested that we get feedback from each professor and share the notes.  2022-2023 will only consider one questions and be assigned to specific course instead of allowing the professor to choose which questions.

  3. Only one question was considered this year; however, followthrough of the professors was a problem.   Ten courses were set-up to be considered for assessment. Only three courses were actually followed through at the semester's end. Five courses were commented upon; so the one faculty member, being new to the process, may have failed to understand how to complete the assessment.  Future reminders will be needed to ensure that faculty members use the outcomes that they put in their courses at the beginning of each semester.