1. THE 115 or 216 or 310;
  2. THE 107 or 108;
  3. THE 201;
  4. THE 311;
  5. THE 346 and 347;
  6. Two credits comprised of eight participation quarter-credit courses as follows: at least one quarter-credit of THE 715; at least two quarter-credits of THE 750 (taken as early as possible); at least one quarter-credit of THE 751, 752, 753, or 754; and the remaining four quarter-credits earned at the election of the student from any of the following: THE 715, 750, 751, 752, 753, 754; and
  7. Three other full-credit courses from the Theatre Department. At least one of these three courses must be at or above the 300 level. One of the following courses may be substituted: CLA 364 (Masterpieces of Greek and Roman Theatre), ENG 240 (Theatre, Architecture, and the Arts in Great Britain), ENG 323 (Shakespeare I: Comedies and Romances), ENG 324 (Shakespeare II: Histories and Tragedies), ENG 327 (Shakespeare after Shakespeare: Performance and Cultural Criticism).

Minor: THE 115 or 216 or 310; THE 107 or 108; THE 201; THE 346 or 347; one credit comprised of at least two different participation quarter-credit courses chosen from the following: THE 715, 750, 751, 752, 753, 754.

Capstone experience:  "A Capstone Experience is designed to bring reflection, focus, and celebration to one's study in theatre.  To fulfill the capstone experience, theatre majors must propose to and have approved by the department of theatre their capstone experience prior to the end of the fall semester of their senior year.  These experiences may take place sometime between the end of their junior year and their graduation. Capstone experiences may take the form of an advanced project, an independent study, a production assignment, an internship, a course, a performance, or some other endeavor taking place on or off campus.  Such an experience need not be done for credit."