Theatre Arts: Sample Transfer Plan

Program Overview

This sample transfer planning guide meets the requirements of the Associate in Arts degree and follows the Illinois Articulation Initiative theatre arts baccalaureate major recommendations. Students choosing to follow this sample plan need to choose the major of Associate in Arts if needing financial aid. Transfer institution requirements may vary - students should check individual college/university requirements before completing the sample plan as outlined. Baccalaureate admission may be competitive. Completion of these courses alone does not guarantee admission.

Program Requirements

FIRST SEMESTER:

Course Number Course Title Credits
ENG 101 Composition 3
FYS 101 First Year Seminar 3
Mathematics1 3
Social and Behavioral Science2 3
SPE 101 Fundamentals of Speech Communication 3

SECOND SEMESTER:

Course Number Course Title Credits
ENG 102 Composition 3
Humanities and Fine Arts4 3
Physical and Life Science3 4
Social and Behavioral Science2 3
THE 212 Acting I 3

THIRD SEMESTER:

Course Number Course Title Credits
Humanities and Fine Arts4 3
Major Discipline and Transfer Electives1 6
Physical and Life Science3 3
THE 213 Acting II 3

FOURTH SEMESTER:

Course Number Course Title Credits
Humanities and Fine Arts4 3
Major Discipline and Transfer Electives1 6
Social and Behavioral Science2 3
THE 216 Stagecraft 3

1 - Refer to the Associate in Arts degree for approved courses in this category.

2 - One course from Humanities and Fine Arts or from Social and Behavioral Sciences must meet the World Cultures and Diversity requirement. Refer to the Associate in Arts degree for approved courses in this category.

4 - Select one course from Humanities and one course from Fine Arts. Interdisciplinary courses may count in either category. One course from Humanities and Fine Arts or Social and Behavioral Sciences must meet the World Cultures and Diversity requirement. Refer to the Associate in Arts degree for approved courses in this category.

3 - Select at least one Physical and one Life Science. One course must include a lab. Refer to the Associate in Arts degree for the approved courses in this category.