This program is available at the Springfield - Leffel Lane location.
Technical Theatre majors focus on stagecraft, lighting, sound, as well as general education theatre topics like theatre history and script analysis. Technical Theatre majors should be prepared for entry-level technical careers at the end of the two years of full-time study, although some students may choose to transfer to university programs with a technical or design focus.
Students have the opportunity to be involved in theatrical productions each semester in either the Turner Studio Theatre or Kuss Auditorium located in the Clark State Performing Arts Center. Students majoring in Technical Theatre must crew program productions as part of their coursework.
*Choose from MTH 1070, MTH 1280, MTH 1340, MTH 2100, MTH 2200, or MTH 2220
**Choose from ENG 1600, ENG 2250, ENG 2300, ENG 2500, ENG 2610, or ENG 2620
***Choose from the following disciplines: ECO, GEO, PLS, PSY, SOC, RST
****Choose from the following offerings: BIO, CHM, GLG, PHY. Choose one most suited to your transfer institution, Choose from those listed under the Natural & Physical Sciences in the Transfer Module.
Global AwarenessIn recognition of the growing importance of global awareness, the College also requires that students receiving the Associate of Arts degree take at least four courses with significant international content. Courses meeting the requirements are identified in the College catalog. These classes will typically be in the Concentration/Elective area but may fall into other areas.
Advanced CoursesIn addition to the Capstone Seminar, all students pursuing an AA degree are required to complete at least 6 credit hours in courses numbered 2000 or higher. These classes will typically be in the Concentration/Elective area but may fall into other areas.
In order to finish a Theatre Arts - Technical Theatre degree in two years, full-time students should have completed all prerequisites and have no college preparatory requirements. Many individuals, especially part-time students and those taking preparatory courses will require additional semesters of study. Students should consult their academic advisor for help planning their schedules.