The Theatre Education Major is intended for students wanting to earn an Indiana secondary education teacher's license. The major provides a broad foundation in performance, theatre design and technology, and theatre history to prepare the future teacher for all areas of a high school drama curriculum and production program. All theatre students also complete a strong core of liberal arts courses.
Theatre Education faculty have outstanding credentials in the professional world - as artists, theatre educators, and administrators. This professional connectedness means that students have unique access to intensive learning opportunities in and out of the classroom.
Our theatre teaching methods courses prepare students to successfully run their own theatre program and be effective classroom teachers from day one. The program offers the following:
The Theatre Education Major requires 37-38 semester hours of credit. All secondary education majors must also complete 39 semester hours of credit in professional education courses.
For complete information on program requirements, please consult the Ball State University Undergraduate Catalog or contact the Department of Theatre and Dance.
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