Graduate Degree Learning Outcomes

Graduate Degree Learning Outcomes

The School of Theatre, Television, and Film provides high quality education for undergraduate and graduate students that emphasizes excellence in the arts and technology, grounded in theoretical and historical foundations. The School’s faculty supports students as they work to realize their potential as artists, scholars, leaders, and global citizens. Our academic community celebrates cultural diversity and promotes social equality. We pursue the aspects of this mission through both conceptual explorations and practical experience in the disciplines represented in our School: live performance and the screen arts. TTF courses combine concept and craft to lead students from critical analysis through problem solving to practical action and the production of creative and critical outcomes.


Master of Arts in Theatre Arts

Students will be able to:

Master of Fine Arts (MFA) - Musical Theatre

Students will explore the diversity of musical theatre history and repertoire, contextualize research, and communicate findings.

Students will analyze the structure of musical theatre storytelling.

Students will be able to synthesize singing, acting, and dancing at a professional level.

Students will be able to teach musical theatre history and performance skills.

Students will be able to direct a musical theatre production.

Career Development
Students will be able to apply and interview for university teaching positions and audition for professional musical theatre performance opportunities.

The Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Television and Film Production

Upon completion of MFA degree, students will be able to:

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Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Design and Technology

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to: