The minor requires the following courses:
|THEA 1100||Invitation to Theatre||3|
|THEA 3001||Theatre History I: Mythos||4|
|THEA 3002||Theatre History II: Modernity||4|
|THEA 3003||Theatre History III: Postmodernism and the Present||4|
|Select four theatre electives from the list below|
|Three semesters of lab hours 1|
For details on the lab hours requirement, consult the Theatre Department website.
Courses in this group have the THME attribute. 1,2
|THEA 1160||Design Fundamentals||4|
|THEA 1210||Introduction to Fashion Design||3|
|THEA 1220||Fashion Techniques||3|
|THEA 2015||Acting for Non-Majors||4|
|THEA 2035||Drawing and Drafting for the Theatre||4|
|THEA 2045||Introduction to Directing||4|
|THEA 2750||Performing Italian||4|
|THEA 2900||Theatre Management||4|
|THEA 3011||Text Analysis||4|
|THEA 3017||Song as Scene I||4|
|THEA 3066||Musical Theatre Intensive||4|
|THEA 3090||Stage Combat||3|
|THEA 3564||French Theatre and Performance||4|
|THEA 3920||History of Theatre Design||4|
|THEA 4025||Flying Solo||4|
|THEA 4045||Young, Gifted, and Black||4|
|THEA 4500||Theatre, Creativity, and Values||4|
With permission, students minoring in Theatre may fulfill the elective requirement with the following courses:
A maximum of two semesters (8 credits total) of THEA 3700 Playwriting may apply towards the minor.
A student can officially declare a theatre minor in his or her sophomore year only after declaring a major. No D grade work will be credited toward the minor in theatre.
The minor in theatre is available at Fordham College at Lincoln Center and Fordham College at Rose Hill. Fordham College at Rose Hill students should note that the majority of theatre minor courses are offered only on the Lincoln Center campus. Students in Fordham's School of Professional and Continuing Studies may minor in theatre only if they receive the approval of their advising dean and/or department, and their schedules are sufficiently flexible to permit them to take day courses at the Lincoln Center campus.