If you're interested in pursuing multiple fields of study simultaneously or intrigued by the intersection of science, the humanities and fine art, one of these interdisciplinary programs may be the right fit:
The School of Drama Lighting Design Program is an integrated, hands-on program committed to teaching leadership in the world of theatre design and technology through practical, theoretical, conceptual, lighting design and production.
The School of Drama Production Technology program allows students to explore the technology behind live performance and engage in the design and engineering of the systems and networks utilized in production.
The Stage and Production Management Program offers specialized undergraduate training in both areas. We believe a broad education and training in the facilitation of the arts is crucial in today’s professional environment.
An advanced understanding of resource management, communication and facilitation of every aspect of the creative process is an integral part of Technical Direction training, both in the classroom and in hands-on production experiences.
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