requirements

Major in Theatre and Speech
(Emphasis on Speech)

  • COM 112 Public Communication
  • COM 200 Communication and Christianity
  • COM 211 Voice and Dictation
  • COM 235 Interpersonal Communication
  • COM 405 Advanced Communication
  • COM 311 Oral Interpretation of Literature
  • COM 320 Organizational Communication
  • COM 325 Communication Training & Development
  • COM 430 Communications Law

Major in Theatre and Speech
(Emphasis on Theatre)

  • COM 112 Public Communication
  • COM 200 Communication and Christianity
  • COM 211 Voice and Dictation
  • COM 235 Interpersonal Communication
  • COM 405 Advanced Communication
  • COM 113 Introduction to Theatre Arts
  • COM 240 Acting Theory and Technique
  • COM 330 Theatre Production
  • COM 341 Theatre History I
  • COM 342 Theatre History II
  • COM 350 Christian Drama
  • COM 412 Fundamentals of Directing
  • COM 345 Advanced Acting/Improvisation or COM 311 Oral Interpretation of Literature

Major in Theatre and Speech
(Teacher Licensure Emphasis)

  • COM 112 Public Communication
  • COM 200 Communication and Christianity
  • COM 211 Voice and Dictation
  • COM 235 Interpersonal Communication
  • COM 405 Advanced Communication
  • COM 113 Introduction to Theatre Arts
  • COM 240 Acting Theory and Technique
  • COM 311 Oral Interpretation of Literature
  • COM 320 Organizational Communication
  • COM 330 Theatre Production
  • COM 341 Theatre History I
  • COM 342 Theatre History II
  • COM 412 Fundamentals of Directing
  • EDU 150 Foundations of American Education
  • EDU250 Instructional Technology in the Classroom
  • EDU 326 Developing Reading Skills in the Content Areas
  • EDU 426 Teaching Speech and Theatre Arts
  • EDU 435 Enhanced Student Teaching in Grades K-12
  • PSY 213 Introduction to Psychology
  • PSY 318 Psychological Foundations of Education
  • SE 225 Survey of Exceptionalities
  • Completion of applicable portions of the Praxis Series II

Minor in Theater/Speech

  • COM 112 Public Communication
  • COM 113 Introduction to Theatre Arts
  • COM 211 Voice and Diction
  • COM 235 Interpersonal Communication
  • COM 240 Acting Theory and Technique
  • Select 6 hours:
    • COM 301 Symbolism in Theatre and Film
    • COM 311 Oral Interpretation of Literature
    • COM 355 Communication Theory & Research
    • COM 330 Theatre Production
    • COM 341 Theatre History I
    • COM 342 Theatre History II
    • COM 345 Advanced Acting/Improvisation
    • COM 350 Christian Drama
    • COM 405 Advanced Studies in Communication
    • COM 412 Fundamentals of Directing

 



opportunities
APO
Alpha Psi Omega
This national dramatic fraternity was founded at Fairmont State College, Fairmont, West Virginia, on August 12, 1925. The local chapter, Beta Mu, is composed of students who have been members of the Union University Players and have earned a set number of points, awarded for dramatic work. The chapter seeks to develop dramatic talent, to cultivate a taste for the best in drama, and to foster cultural dramatics.
Advisor: David Burke
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MORE OPPORTUNITIES


The Importance of Being Ernest Oct 27, 7:30pm

Scholarship Banquet with Tony Blair Oct 3, 6:00pm: Carl Perkins Civic Center, Jackson, Tennessee
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will be the keynote speaker for Union University’s 14th annual Scholarship Banquet Oct. 3 at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson, Tenn. : more event info

Fall Classes Begin Aug 23, 8:00am

Fall Convocation Aug 26, 10:00am: G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel

FOCUS: New Student Orientation Aug 19, 9:00am

Freshmen Registration Jun 20, 9:00am

Communication Arts Awards Banquet May 10, 5:00pm: Grant Events Center
Come out to enjoy a great dinner and celebrate the end of the 2010-2011 school year with all of the Com. Arts faculty and staff. Tickets are $5.00 and will go on sale at the end of April.

Children's Play presented by UU Players; Devon's Hurt Apr 25, 10:00am: G.M. Savage Memorial Chapel
Shows daily April 25-28 at 10:00 AM with an evening show on Tuesday, April 26th at 7:00 PM. Contact David Burke at 661-5287 or dburke@uu.edu for more information.

ACT Conference Apr 8, 1:00pm: Carl Grant Events Center
Conference is being held April 8th from 1:00 - 8:00 pm and April 9th from 8:30 - 2:10 pm. For more information go to www.uu.edu/events/actconference

Broadway Cabaret / Dessert Theater Apr 1, 8:45pm: W.D. Powell Theatre
Twelve musical acts will be performed during the evening. Dessert and drinks will be served during the performances. Admission is $5.00. This event is sponsored by Alpha Psi Omega, Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha lota.