Award: Associate of Applied Sciences Degree
For more information: Contact Dr. Ben Fisler,
443-412-2644, email@example.com; or Admissions, 443-412-2109.
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The Theatre: Design/Production A.A.S. degree offers students the opportunity to learn, train, and gain the specialized technical and artistic skills required to execute contemporary theatrical productions. Harford Community College faculty work with each student to create an artistic point of view within a professional work ethic appropriate for the theatre.
The major in Theatre: Design/Production is time-consuming and physically demanding. Participation in productions is a part of the educational program. All majors must participate in theatre activities on weekends and during the evening.
Between traveling road shows that perform at The Amoss Center and College and community productions on the thrust stage of the Chesapeake Center, students have the opportunity to work in all forms of theatre such as plays, musicals, mime, and children’s drama.
Upon completion of the Associate of Arts in Theatre: Performance / Associate of Applied Sciences in Theatre: Design/Production degree students will be able to:
- Successfully transfer to a four-year institution.
- Perform specific, marketable skills in theatre.
- Demonstrate professional standards of behavior .
- Apply appropriate performance or production skills to a variety of theatrical projects.
- Use appropriate resources to identify jobs and training opportunities in theatre.
** Students should contact Advising, Career and Transfer services for permission to register for Cooperative Education courses, 443-412-2301.
Graduates may transfer to such
institutions as Towson University and University of Maryland
campuses in Baltimore County and College Park. Students
who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should check
the requirements of that institution. If they are significantly
different from the courses listed, students should consult with
an advisor for academic guidance as early as possible in their
Graduates of this program, with close professional advising
and job networking provided by the faculty, find employment
opportunities with performing arts organizations and a
variety of businesses and promoters involved in theatre, film, television, broadcasting, and news media.
Recommended Course Sequence
* THEA 106 Script Analysis is required for students
intending to transfer to Towson University.
**Students may substitute a four-credit mathematics elective.
FIELD TRIP STATEMENT
Courses in this program may require field trips.
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