Design Technology Management

The Design, Technology and Management (DTM) Concentration includes Stage Management, Drafting, and Design Courses, including Lighting, Costume, and/or Sets. There are many opportunities to practice by working on the various departmental productions. An interview is required for acceptance into the program.

REQUIRED COURSES:

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The Dance Project, 2014

  • TH 011 TH Lab (4 - 1/2 units)
  • Production Assignments – at least one from two categories.
    • TH 014 Technical (4 - 0 units)
    • TH015 Design (4 - 0 units)
    • TH016 Management (4 - 0 units)
    • TH017 Audience Services (max of 1 - 0 units)
  • TH 103 Script Analysis
  • TH 106 Introduction to Acting
  • TH 111 Introduction to Design - S&F
  • TH 209 Drafting for the Stage
  • TH 219 Computer Visualization
  • TH 233 History of Theatre

Senior Learning Community

  • TH 400 SLC Senior Seminar or TH 424 Design Studio
  • TH 595 SLC Advance Theatre Practicum

Select Four (5) units from the following: (three must be upper level classes)

RENT directed by Michele Pawk, 2013.

RENT directed by Michele Pawk, 2013.

  • TH 109 Stage Costuming
  • TH 110 Scenic Painting
  • TH 112 Stage Craft
  • TH 228 History of Costume and Fashion
  • TH 240 Stage Makeup
  • TH 313 Costume Design
  • TH 321 Scene Design
  • TH 323 Lighting Design
  • TH 324 Period Styles Design
  • TH 350 Stage Management
  • TH 424 Design Studio (may not be double dipped)
  • TH 463 Advanced Lighting Design
  • TH 464 Advanced Scenic Design
  • -alternate fifth -  291 or 591 Special Topics