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Please check the date on the required book page. It must indicate the current year to reflect the current textbook needs.
It is expected the reading list in the syllabus will be read prior to the first day of class, unless otherwise noted.
|Course Number||Graduate Course Titles|
|TH 501||Introduction to Graduate Studies|
|TH 502||Introduction to the Creative Project|
|TH 510||Theatre Theory, Literature, and Criticism I|
|TH 511||Theatre Theory, Literature, and Criticism II|
|TH 521||Integrating Drama into the Curriculum and Program Development|
|TH 536||Advanced Stage Movement|
|TH 540||Graduate Directing I|
|TH 541||Graduate Directing II|
|TH 542||Musical Theatre Directing|
|TH 544||Acting Styles Applications|
|TH 565||Costuming Methods|
|TH 568||Lighting Methods|
|TH 571||Design Methodologies|
|TH 583||Scenic and Property Methods|
|Course Number||Additional Enrichment Course Titles|
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