2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Apr 16, 2024  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Double Major - Global Studies and Theater Arts, B.A.


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The B.A. degree in global studies and theater arts affords students the opportunity to address individual needs through an interdisciplinary program of study. The flexible nature of this program permits students to integrate courses from two unique disciplines for the achievement of personalized educational goals. Those goals may be directed toward the realization of specific career objectives not met by other programs.

This program will result in a single degree with two declared majors; one diploma is awarded and the transcript shows both majors.  A double major requires a minimum of 120 credits and the program requirements for both majors must be met.  Application to the second major is possible in the sophomore year or later.  The student must maintain a minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA to continue and to graduate with both majors, and must achieve a minimum 2.50 GPA in the combined major requirements to graduate with the double major.  A formal application is required and must be submitted to the Registrar's Office.  A double major may not be declared at the time of admission.

Students earning a bachelor's degree in global studies and theater arts must complete 40 credits to fulfill the University Core Curriculum, 33 credits of required global studies courses, and 39 credits of required theater arts courses. Additionally, 9 credits of required courses and electives are required.  In total, students must complete at least 121 credits.

University Core Curriculum (40 credits)


Students must complete the University Core Curriculum with the following restrictions:

Tier I:

  • CC 9.1 - Creative Arts excluding THEA courses 

Tier II:

  • 12 credits of Tier II courses excluding THEA courses 

Major Requirements (72 credits)


Plus the following (9 credits)


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