Modules

MAJOR IN THEATRE STUDIES

Admission Requirements:
Completion of first-year requirements, including 1.0 course from any 1000-level or above “E” or combination of two 1000-level or above “F/G” courses from any department in the faculties of Arts and Humanities, Information and Media Studies (FIMS), or Music, or from the Department of Anthropology, the Department of History, the Department of Political Science with a mark of at least 60%.

Students will be eligible for an Honors BA with double major if they obtain a 70% average in the courses of each major module with no mark less than 60% in each course. No failures are permitted on options.

Module
6.0 courses:

2.0 courses taken in Year 2: Theatre Studies 2201F/G, Theatre Studies 2202F/G, Theatre Studies 2203E.
4.0 courses taken in Years 3 and Year 4 from Theatre Studies 3201F/G, Theatre Studies 3202F/G, Theatre Studies 3203F/G, Theatre Studies 3204F/G, Theatre Studies 3205F/G, Theatre Studies 3206F/G, Theatre Studies 3207F/G, Theatre Studies 3208F/G, Theatre Studies 3209F/G, Theatre Studies 3211F/G, Theatre Studies 3900F/G, Theatre Studies 3950E, Theatre Studies 3951F/G, Theatre Studies 3952F/G, Theatre Studies 4211F/G, Theatre Studies 4212F/G, Theatre Studies 4214F/G, English 2041F/G. At least 0.5 course must be at the 4000 level. Up to 1.0 relevant course other than Theatre Studies may be substituted with permission of the Chair of Undergraduate Studies.
Note: Theatre Studies 3206F/G and Theatre Studies 3207F/G are offered at the Stratford Festival Theatre during Summer Day. Interested students are advised to take these courses no later than the end of Year 3 to meet graduation deadlines.

MINOR IN THEATRE STUDIES

Admission Requirements:
Completion of first-year requirements, including 1.0 course from any 1000-level or above “E” or combination of two 1000-level or above “F/G” courses from any department in the faculties of Arts and Humanities, Information and Media Studies (FIMS), or Music, or from the Department of Anthropology, the Department of History, the Department of Political Science with a mark of at least 60%.

Module
4.0 courses:

2.0 courses taken in Year 2: Theatre Studies 2201F/G, Theatre Studies 2202F/G, Theatre Studies 2203E.
2.0 courses taken in Years 3 and Year 4 from Theatre Studies 3201F/G, Theatre Studies 3202F/G, Theatre Studies 3203F/G, Theatre Studies 3204F/G, Theatre Studies 3205F/G, Theatre Studies 3208F/G, Theatre Studies 3209F/G, Theatre Studies 3211F/G, Theatre Studies 3900F/G, Theatre Studies 3950E, Theatre Studies 3951F/G, Theatre Studies 3952F/G, Theatre Studies 4211F/G, Theatre Studies 4212F/G, Theatre Studies 4214F/G, English 2041F/G. Up to 1.0 relevant course other than Theatre Studies may be substituted with permission of the Chair of Undergraduate Studies.

 

CERTIFICATE IN THEATRE ARTS

The Certificate in Theatre Arts provides training in drama and theatrical performance that meets the requirements for Drama as a teachable subject in the Faculty of Education. In addition to 2.0 courses that study drama as a literary genre, the Certificate requires participation as a member of either the cast or crew for the Department of English and Writing Studies' Annual Fall Theatre Production (English 2041F/G), 0.5 course in Canadian drama with an emphasis on performance and pedagogy (English 3776F/G), and two 0.5-credit summer courses offered in partnership with and on the campus of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival (Theatre Studies 3206F/G and Theatre Studies 3207F/G). Students who take this certificate in tandem with a module in English may count 1.0 course toward both.

Admission Requirements:
Completion of first-year requirements, including 1.0 from any 1000-level or above “E” or combination of two 1000-level or above “F/G” courses from any department in the faculties of Arts and Humanities, Information and Media Studies (FIMS), or Music, or from the Department of Anthropology, the Department of History, the Department of Political Science with a mark of at least 60%. Students should consult with the Department prior to admission.

Program Requirements:
To qualify for the Certificate in Theatre Arts, students must attain an average of 70% in:

4.0 courses:

2.0 courses from: English 2041F/G, English 3776F/G, Theatre Studies 3206F/G, Theatre Studies 3207F/G, the former English 3666F/G.
2.0 courses from: Classical Studies 3100E, English 3556E, the former English 3226E, the former English 3227E.