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ART 1301   Art Appreciation   An introductory course leading to an understanding of the Visual Arts.  
ART 1303   Art History I   A survey of the art and architecture of the Western World from prehistoric times through the Gothic Period.  
ART 1304   Art History II   A survey of the art and architecture of the Western World from the Early Renaissance to the contemporary period. Qualifies for general education credit.  
ART 1311   Design I   An introduction to the fundamentals of two-dimensional design.  
ART 1312   Design II   Three-dimensional design and color theory. (May be taken before Design I)  
ART 1316   Drawing I   An introduction to drawing fundamentals with stress upon observations and techniques involving various drawing media.  
ART 1317   Drawing II   Continuation of drawing skills and techniques as begun in Drawing I (1316) with emphasis on compositional skills. Prerequisite: ART 1316.  
ART 2313   Design Communication I    
ART 2316   Painting I   Exploring opaque painting media (oil or acrylic) with emphasis on color and composition.  
ART 2326   Sculpture I   Exploratory studies in the principles, materials, and techniques of sculpture. (ARTS 2326)  
ART 2346   Ceramics I   An introduction to basic ceramic processes, including wheel throwing, hand building, glazing and firing.  
ART 2347   Ceramics II   A further exploration of intermediate ceramic processes, including wheel throwing, glazing and kiln firing. Prerequisite: ART 2346.  
ART 2366   Watercolor I   Exploring transparent painting media (watercolor or tempera) with emphasis on methods and techniques.  
ART 3301   Art Studio Con - Ceramics    
ART 3301   Art Studio Con - Painting    
ART 3301   Art Studio Con: Ceramics    
ART 3301   Art Studio Con: Digital Art    
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc. Adv. Digital    
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc: Adv Digital    
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc: Adv Painting    
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc: Ceramics    
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc: Digital    
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc: Painting    
ART 3301   Independent Study: Art Studio    
ART 3302   Printmaking    
ART 3303   Art Theory for Children    
ART 3304   Fused & Slumped Glass    
ART 3308   Contemporary Art History    
ART 3309   Crafts    
ART 3310   Advanced Glass   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Art & Architecture of Europe   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Classical Methods in Oil   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Fused Glass Jewelry   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Graphic Novel Illustration   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Graphic Novel Ilustratin   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   McNair Research Seminar   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Photography   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Raku Ceramics   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   User Interface Design   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3323   18th & 19th Century Art    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Con I - Ceramics    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Con I - Painting    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Con I: Ceramics    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Con I: Photography    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc I Adv Digital    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc I Ceramics    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc I Digital    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc I: Adv Digital    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc I: Ceramics    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc I: Digital    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Concentration I    
ART 4301   Advanced Slab & Hand Building    
ART 4301   Internship    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Con II - Ceramics    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Con II - Painting    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Con II: Adv Digital    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Con II: Ceramics    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Con II: Digital    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Con II: Painting    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc II Adv Digital    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc II Ceramics    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc II Digital    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc II: Ceramics    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc II: Digital    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc II: Proposal    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc. II Painting    
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition   Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts, and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition - Ceramics   Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts, and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition - Painting   Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts, and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition DigitalArt   Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts, and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition: Ceramics   Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts, and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition: Digital   Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts, and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition: Painting   Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts, and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 5301   Curriculum Enrichment    
ART 5303   Research in Curriculum Develop    
ART 5304   Art Studio I: Ceramics    
ART 5304   Art Studio I: Painting    
ART 5304   Art Studio I: Photography    
ART 5304   Experimental Proc in Photo    
ART 5304   Grad Art Studio I Ceramics    
ART 5304   Grad Art Studio I Painting    
ART 5304   Grad Art Studio I: Ceramics    
ART 5304   Grad Art Studio I: Painting    
ART 5304   Grad Art Studio I: Photography    
ART 5304   Grad Art StudioI Work on Paper    
ART 5304   Graduate Art Studio I    
ART 5304   Graduate Art Studio I Painting    
ART 5304   Graduate Drawing    
ART 5304   Plein Air Painting    
ART 5305   Master's Exhibition   Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 5304. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Master of Arts, and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of 5304 in a studio specialization  
ART 5306   Art & Architecture of Europe    
ART 5306   Art History    
ARTC 2331   Intro to Animation    
ARTC 3332   Advanced 2-D Imaging    
ARTC 3334   Intro to Maya    
ARTC 3340   Advanced Animation    
COMM 1310   Fundamentals of Communication    
COMM 1311   Intro to Speech Communication   Theory and practice of speech communication behavior in interpersonal, small group, and public communication situations.  
COMM 1318   Interpersonal Communication    
COMM 1320   Business and Prof Comm   This course focuses on multiple modes of communication in business, government, industrial, and not-for-profit or service organizations ranging from routine messages, memos, and email to letters and professional presentations. Course highlights persuasion as a key component of all business and professional messages. It will include an analysis of the organizational structures of the workplace as well as job-oriented interviewing from the standpoint of the employer and employees. Meets oral communication requirement.  
COMM 1325   Intro to Film Studies    
COMM 1335   Intro to Comm Studies    
COMM 2306   Basic Video Production    
COMM 2307   Basic Radio    
COMM 2309   Communication & Sport    
COMM 2333   Discuss Small Group Comm   Emphasis on effective group interaction in task-oriented situations. Course will focus on elements of small group structures and communication styles which influence the problem-solving process. Includes small group participation and analysis of group communication.  
COMM 2335   Visual Communication    
COMM 3302   Broadcast News Gathering    
COMM 3304   Critical Reasoning    
COMM 3305   Mass Communication & Culture    
COMM 3307   Studies in Film    
COMM 3307   Studies in Film: Science Fict    
COMM 3308   Documentary Post Production    
COMM 3308   Video Workshop    
COMM 3309   Family Communication    
COMM 3313   Advanced Video Production    
COMM 3315   Organizational Communication   This course provides an examination and exploration of applications of communication theories within the framework of an organization. Attention will be given to strategies for diagnosing communication problems and affecting change in communication behaviors through an analysis of organizational communication theories and methods and a study of organizational culture and communication patterns.  
COMM 4301   Persuasion    
COMM 4302   Comm Theory & Research    
COMM 4303   Special Topics: Internship    
COMM 4303   Studies in Speech - McNair    
COMM 4304   Documentary Internship   A course dealing with topics in speech communications. May be repeated for credit when topic varies.  
COMM 4304   Internet & Society   A course dealing with topics in speech communications. May be repeated for credit when topic varies.  
COMM 4305   Relational Communication    
COMM 4307   Intercultural Communication    
COMM 4310   Senior Capstone    
COMM 4315   PR Campaigns    
COMM 5304   Intercultural Communication    
COMM 5304   Mass Comm & Culture    
COMM 5304   Persuasion    
COMM 5304   Relational Communication    
COMM 5304   Science Fiction    
COMM 5304   Speech Comm Wrkshp Brdcst News    
COMM 5305   Indiv Studies in Speech Comm   Individually guided research in speech communication. May be repeated for credit when topic varies.  
COMM 5307   Public Relations    
COMM 5310   Internet & Society    
COMM 5312   Oral Comm Course Development    
FA 1302   Music Appreciation   This course develops music appreciation through an exploration of the relationship between musical symbolic sounds and technological innovations with a focus on instrument construction and musical composition. The course familiarizes students with music technology in a broad array of historical and geographical music environments through readings, lectures and hands-on exercises covering the timbres, scales, rhythms and forms that instruments produce, the contexts people play instruments in, and the reasons why they play.  
FA 2302   Intro to Digital Design    
FA 3303   Field Studies    
JOUR 2101   Journalism Laboratory    
JOUR 2302   Feature and Editorial Writing    
JOUR 2311   News Gathering and Writing I   Writing for news media; clarity in use of language, style and punctuation; sentence and paragraph structure and organization of stories; credibility of information and new judgment; basic methods of researching and writing.  
JOUR 3301   Student Publications Workshop    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction - Percussion    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction Clarinet    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction Euphonium    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction French Horn    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction Percussion    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction Saxophone    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction Trombone    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction: Clarinet    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction: French Horn    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction: Guitar    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction: Piano    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction: Tuba    
MUS 1111   Ind Instruction: Voice    
MUS 1111   Indivd. Instructn. French Horn    
MUS 1111   Individual Instrct French Horn    
MUS 1111   Individual Instrctn Euphonium    
MUS 1111   Individual Instrctn- Clarinet    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruct. Saxophone    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction - Flute    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction - Oboe    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction - Piano    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction - Sax    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction - Voice    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction Bassoon    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction Flute    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction Guitar    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction Oboe    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction Piano    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction Trumpet    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction Tuba    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction Voice    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction: Guitar    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction: Piano    
MUS 1111   Individual Instruction: Voice    
MUS 1111   Individual Instructn Trombone    
MUS 1112   Concert Choir    
MUS 1112   Vocal Ensemble    
MUS 1113   Brass Ensemble    
MUS 1113   Concert Band    
MUS 1113   Guitar Ensemble    
MUS 1113   Jazz Band    
MUS 1113   Lobo Athletic Band    
MUS 1113   Lobo Spirit Band    
MUS 1113   Music Theatre Ensembl    
MUS 1113   Theatre Ensemble    
MUS 1113   Woodwind Ensemble    
MUS 1114   Vocal Techniques    
MUS 1116   Sight Sing Ear Train I   The aural study of basic musical elements with emphasis on sight singing, scales, intervals, chords, and harmonic and melodic diction. Meets two hours per week.  
MUS 1117   Sight Sing Ear Train II    
MUS 1117   Sight Sing Ear Train II   Continuation of MUS 1116. Meets two hours per week. Prerequisite: MUS 1116  
MUS 1181   Piano Class I   Class instruction for Music majors and minors, and for other students who have not had previous study.  
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction - Percussion    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction Clarinet    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction French Horn    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction Percussion    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction: Clarinet    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction: Euphonium    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction: Flute    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction: French Horn    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction: Guitar    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction: Piano    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction: Trombone    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction: Trumpet    
MUS 1211   Ind Instruction: Voice    
MUS 1211   Ind. Instruction Euphonium    
MUS 1211   Ind. Instruction Trombone    
MUS 1211   Individ. Instruct. Clarinet    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruc French Horn    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruct Bassoon    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruct Euphonium    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruct Trombone    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction Bassoon    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction Flut    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction Flute    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction Guitar    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction Oboe    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction Piano    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction Sax    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction Trumpet    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction Tuba    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction Voice    
MUS 1211   Individual Instruction: Voice    
MUS 1308   Music Literature I   (A fine arts/humanities course). A course designed to acquaint students with representative music of different ages, styles, media, and forms; and to its historical background. This course meets Fine Arts requirement.  
MUS 1309   American Music    
MUS 1310   Contemp Topics in Music Ed    
MUS 1311   Music Theory I   A study of basic musical elements with emphasis on terminology, scales, intervals, chords, tonal relationships, and simple part writing.  
MUS 1312   Music Theory II   Continuation of MUS 1311. Prerequisite: MUS 1311 or equivalent.  
MUS 2112   Music Theatre Ens    
MUS 2116   Sight Sing Ear Train III   The continued aural study of basic musical elements with emphasis on sight singing, scales, intervals, chords, and harmonic melodic dictation as well as musical forms and structures. Prerequisite: MUS 1117.  
MUS 2121   String Techniques   Class instruction for string instruments, for music majors and minors who have not had previous study, and for other interested students. Emphasis is on the ability to play the instruments studied.  
MUS 2122   Percussion Techniques   Class instruction for percussion instruments, for music majors and minors who have not had previous study, and for other interested students. Emphasis is on the ability to play the instruments studied.  
MUS 2123   Brass Techniques   Class instruction for brass instruments, for music majors and minors who have not had previous study, and for other interested students. Emphasis is on the ability to play the instruments studied.  
MUS 2124   Woodwind Techniques   Class instruction for woodwind instruments, for music majors and minors who have not had previous study, and for other interested students. Emphasis is on the ability to play the instruments studied.  
MUS 2311   Music Theory III   A continuation of musical elements studied in MUS 1331, with greater emphasis on musical structure, analysis, and music writing. Prerequisite: MUS 1312.  
MUS 3111   Ind Instruction Clarinet    
MUS 3111   Ind Instruction Euphonium    
MUS 3111   Ind Instruction French Horn    
MUS 3111   Ind Instruction Percusson    
MUS 3111   Ind Instruction Saxophone    
MUS 3111   Ind Instruction Trombone    
MUS 3111   Ind Instruction: Piano    
MUS 3111   Ind Instruction: Voice    
MUS 3111   Individual Instr Euphonium    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruc French Horn    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruc Trombone    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruc Trumpet    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruct Bassoon    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruct Clarinet    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruction    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruction Bassoon    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruction Flute    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruction Guitar    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruction Oboe    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruction Piano    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruction Sax    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruction Trumpet    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruction Tuba    
MUS 3111   Individual Instruction Voice    
MUS 3112   Concert Choir    
MUS 3113   Brass Ensemble    
MUS 3113   Concert Band    
MUS 3113   Jazz Band    
MUS 3113   Lobo Athletic Band    
MUS 3113   Lobo Spirit Band    
MUS 3113   Theatre Ensemble    
MUS 3141   Ear Training IV    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction Clarinet    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction Euphonium    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction French Horn    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction Percusson    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction Saxophone    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction Trombone    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction: Euphonium    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction: Guitar    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction: Piano    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction: Trumpet    
MUS 3211   Ind Instruction: Voice    
MUS 3211   Individ. Instruct. Clarinet    
MUS 3211   Individual Instr Euphonium    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruc French Hor    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruc Trombone    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruct Bassoon    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruct Trumpet    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruction Bassoon    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruction Flute    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruction Guitar    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruction Oboe    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruction Piano    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruction Sax    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruction Trumpet    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruction Tuba    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruction Voice    
MUS 3211   Individual Instruction: Voice    
MUS 3310   Electronic Music    
MUS 3310   Women Composers    
MUS 3311   Music Materials for Children    
MUS 3312   Contemp Topics in Music Ed    
MUS 3313   Fundamentals of Conducting    
MUS 3316   Secondary Music Methods    
MUS 3341   Music Theory IV    
MUS 4131   Senior Recital    
MUS 4215   Marching Band Techniques    
MUS 4216   Arranging    
MUS 4311   History of Music I    
MUS 4312   History of Music II    
THEA 1120   Theatre Practicum I   Practical course designed for freshman students who do acceptable work in the dramatic productions of the department. Non-theatre major and minors must receive permission from the instructor to enroll.  
THEA 1121   Thea Practicum II: Publicity   Practical course designed for freshman students who do acceptable work in the dramatic productions of the department. Non-theatre major and minors must receive permission from the instructor to enroll.  
THEA 1121   Theatre Practicum II   Practical course designed for freshman students who do acceptable work in the dramatic productions of the department. Non-theatre major and minors must receive permission from the instructor to enroll.  
THEA 1310   Introduction to the Theatre   A survey of the elements of theatre and how they were formed. What makes theatre? Where has it come from and what is the future?  
THEA 1322   Stage Movement   Examination and practical application of the styles of movement for the performing artist. Activities and exercises for the performing artist. Activities and exercises to improve posture, agility, vision, endurance and personal awareness.  
THEA 1351   Acting I   A practical laboratory of the principles and technique of acting for the stage.  
THEA 1352   Acting II    
THEA 1372   Costume Construction   A beginning overview of the vocabulary and basic sewing methods of theatrical costuming. TCCNS Equivalent: DRAM 1342  
THEA 2112   Musical Thea Performance    
THEA 2120   Theatre Pract III: Publicity   Practical course designed for sophomore students who do acceptable work in the dramatic productions of the department. Non-theatre major and minors must receive permission from the instructor to enroll.  
THEA 2120   Theatre Pract III: Scen Paint   Practical course designed for sophomore students who do acceptable work in the dramatic productions of the department. Non-theatre major and minors must receive permission from the instructor to enroll.  
THEA 2120   Theatre Practicum III   Practical course designed for sophomore students who do acceptable work in the dramatic productions of the department. Non-theatre major and minors must receive permission from the instructor to enroll.  
THEA 2307   Stage Combat    
THEA 2310   Intro to Theatrical Design    
THEA 2311   Stage Management    
THEA 2331   Stagecraft   A lecture-laboratory course designed to give the student a fundamental knowledge of the theory and techniques of scenic construction and lighting.  
THEA 2336   Voice for the Theatre   Vocal techniques, including diction and dialect, for performing on the stage.  
THEA 3101   Thea Wkshp: Scenic Const    
THEA 3101   Theatre Wksp: Scene Painting    
THEA 3101   Theatre Workshop    
THEA 3102   Thea Workshop: Constume Const    
THEA 3102   Theatre Wksp: Choreography    
THEA 3102   Theatre Wksp: Scene Painting    
THEA 3102   Theatre Workshop    
THEA 3112   Musical Thea Performance    
THEA 3302   Hist Thea I:Gk Thea-Ren Thea    
THEA 3303   Repertory Theatre   Practice and theory in the problems of management, production, and acting in repertory theatre. May be repeated for credit, but not more than once for theatre majors or minors.  
THEA 3304   Audition Techniques   A course dealing with topics in the study of theatre, such as theatrical design, mask characterizations, specialized acting methods or regional theatre history, etc. May be repeated when topic varies.  
THEA 3304   Improvisational Acting   A course dealing with topics in the study of theatre, such as theatrical design, mask characterizations, specialized acting methods or regional theatre history, etc. May be repeated when topic varies.  
THEA 3304   Screenwriting II   A course dealing with topics in the study of theatre, such as theatrical design, mask characterizations, specialized acting methods or regional theatre history, etc. May be repeated when topic varies.  
THEA 3304   Theatre Graphics   A course dealing with topics in the study of theatre, such as theatrical design, mask characterizations, specialized acting methods or regional theatre history, etc. May be repeated when topic varies.  
THEA 3305   Theatrical Design Research    
THEA 3306   The History of Musical Theatre    
THEA 3307   Musical Comedy Workshop   Practical training in the technique and style of performing scenes and songs from musical theatre. May be repeated for credit, but not more than once for theatre majors or minors.  
THEA 3308   Acting III: Styles   An advanced study of acting styles and periods for the stage. Prerequisite: THEA 3301  
THEA 3309   Stage Make-Up    
THEA 3311   Playwriting    
THEA 3312   Script Analysis    
THEA 3313   Scenic Design    
THEA 3314   Costume Design    
THEA 3315   Lighting and Sound Design    
THEA 3316   Hist Thea II:Eng Rstor-Cntemp    
THEA 3317   Acting IV: Improvisation    
THEA 3318   Directing I    
THEA 3319   Producing   A comprehensive study of the theory and practice of film/video production.  
THEA 3321   Screenwriting   An introduction to screenwriting format, craft, and technique, with an emphasis on the fundamentals of storytelling. Prerequisite: ENG 1302  
THEA 4101   Theatre Workshop    
THEA 4101   Theatre Workshop: Lighting    
THEA 4102   Constume Construction    
THEA 4102   Theatre Workshop    
THEA 4304   Directing II    
THEA 4305   Advanced Improvisation    
THEA 4305   Directing I    
THEA 4306   Acting V: Acting for Camera   A study of acting styles specific to film and television. Emphasis on sense memory, scene work, audition techniques and preparation to enter the industry. Prerequisite: Theatre 3301  
THEA 4307   Senior Project    
THEA 5303   Acting    
THEA 5303   Adv Acting/Improvisation    
THEA 5303   Advanced Acting: Styles    
THEA 5303   Advanced Improvisation    
THEA 5303   Hist Thea I:Gk Thea-Ren Thea    
THEA 5303   Hist Thea II:Eng Rstor-Cntemp    
THEA 5303   History of Musical Theatre    
THEA 5305   Directing    
THEA 5305   Playwriting