Course Descriptions

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The department offers topics courses like Professor Eric Colleary's "'Your Broadway or Mine:' Staging the Nation in the American Musical."

Theatre and Dance

THDA 21 - West African-Based Movement I

This African Based Movement course focuses on dance inspired by West Africa, as well as other regions of the continent, the Caribbean, Americas, and the African Diaspora at large. This physically rigorous class is rooted in a communal environment and is accompanied by a drummer. Students will learn African- based dance technique, characteristics, and the fundamental connection between the drums and the dance. They will also create in-class movement projects and presentations. Though this class may focus on traditional dance at times, it is not a tradition-specific class. All are welcome. No previous experience necessary.

THDA 22 - West African-Based Movement II

This course focuses on dance inspired by West African and other African regions, the Caribbean, and the Americas. It is rooted in a communal environment and is supported and accompanied by a live musician/drummer. Students continue building on fundamental principles and technique, including more complex polyrhythmic aspects of the movement, while deepening the inter-connected relationship with the drums. They also create in-class dance projects and presentations.

Frequency: Spring semester.

Prerequisite(s)

THDA 21 or permission of instructor

THDA 31 - Dance Improvisation

Find expression and embodiment through the practice of movement improvisation. Open to all levels of ability. Come with a desire to move, an open mind and a willingness to explore in a non-competitive environment. We will learn to fall, roll and work with gravity in relationship to ourselves and others. The class will introduce you to contact improvisation, the "art-sport" developed by Steve Paxton in 1972. Relieve stress and balance your mind and body through physical awareness.

THDA 41 - Modern Dance I

This beginning level course is an exploration of the theory, technique, terminology and history of modern dance as a performing art. Participation in a modern dance technique class gives you a unique experience in learning. Through the process of attaining strength, flexibility and coordination, as well as an awareness of space, time and energy, you will be working within your whole self. The mind to body connection can send the spirit soaring while heightening our sensitivity to the senses. Full breathing will support the body systems, and total concentration will allow for a deep immersion into the process of learning to dance

THDA 42 - Modern Dance II

This beginning/advanced-beginning level course deepens further into the theory, technique, terminology and history of modern dance as introduced in Modern Dance I.

THDA 43 - Modern Dance III

In Modern III we continue to build upon our skills as efficient and expressive dancers through active alignment, coordination, musicality, spatial awareness and nuanced moving. We will also gently tap into historical styles of modern dance via brief readings, sampled viewings and explorations of the distinctive movement characteristics through choreographed patterns. We'll touch upon the following artists: Isadora Duncan, Donald McKayle and Martha Graham.

THDA 44 - Modern Dance IV

In Modern Dance IV, we continue to build upon our skills as efficient and expressive dancers through active alignment, strength, flexibility and coordination. In addition, we'll divide the semester into units, focusing on breath, moving in and out of the floor, rhythm, internal/external space, energy differentiations in creating nuance, and improvising on patterns of movement.

THDA 51 - Ballet I

This course is the study of the basics of classical ballet. Students learn correct alignment principles, ballet movement vocabulary, musicality, sense of line, and spatial awareness. They explore how movement and physics principles apply to weight, momentum, suspension and release. Attendance at a concert off-campus is required, followed by a written or creative response.

THDA 52 - Ballet II

In this course students continue to build upon and integrate the technique and principles introduced in Ballet I. Attendance at a concert off-campus is required, followed by a written or creative response.       

THDA 53 - Ballet III

The mixed level course (advanced-beginning to advanced) is a further exploration and deepening into the theory and principles introduced in Ballet I and II. Attendance at a concert off-campus is required, followed by a written or creative response. 

THDA 75 - Practicum in Performance

Through this practicum a student will gain a basic understanding of the elements and vocabulary of theatre and develop level appropriate skills in performance. Students will witness and develop the ability to work collaboratively and creatively. This practicum allows specific growth opportunities particular to each student. The student will have the opportunity to work with either a faculty or guest artist in a dance or theater performance piece from the audition to the final performance. The practicum credit is graded; the student may opt for a "P/F" designation. Majors and minors must take it as a graded practicum.

THDA 76 - Practicum in Scenery/Lighting/Costume Construction

Through this practicum a student will gain skills in the creation of the technical elements of performance. The student will gain a basic understanding of the vocabularies of technical theater and develop level appropriate skills in their chosen area. Students will witness and develop the ability to work collaboratively and creatively. This practicum allows specific growth opportunities particular to each student. The student will be required to complete 45 hours in their chosen area of interest. The practicum credit is graded; the student may opt for a "P/F" designation. Majors and minors must take it as a graded practicum.

Prerequisite(s)

THDA 125 - Technical Theater for scenery; THDA 255 - Lighting Design for lighting

THDA 77 - Practicum in Running Crew

Through this practicum a student will gain skills in the execution of the technical elements of performance. The student will gain a basic understanding of the vocabularies of theater and develop level appropriate skills in their chosen area. Students will witness and develop the ability to work collaboratively and creatively throughout the rehearsal and performance process. This practicum allows specific growth opportunities particular to each student. Opportunities could involve running the lighting systems, sound systems, coordinating wardrobe changes, or running props or scenic changes backstage. The practicum credit is graded; the student may opt for a "P/F" designation. Majors and minors must take it as a graded practicum.

THDA 78 - Practicum in Advanced Production Techniques

Through this practicum a student will refine skills in the management and development of elements of performance. The student will continue to grow their understanding of the vocabularies of theater and develop level appropriate skills in their chosen area. Students will witness and refine the ability to work collaboratively and creatively throughout the rehearsal and performance process. This practicum allows specific growth opportunities particular to each student. Opportunities could include Stage Manager, Assistant Stage Manager, Assistant Designer, Assistant Director, Props Designer, among other roles. The practicum credit is graded; the student may opt for a "P/F" designation. Majors and minors must take it as a graded practicum.

THDA 79 - Practicum in Choreography

Through this practicum a student will develop and refine skills in choreography of a fully produced dance piece. The student will continue to grow in their understanding of the vocabularies of dance and develop level appropriate skills in their choreography. The student will develop and refine the ability to work collaboratively and creatively. This practicum allows specific growth opportunities particular to each student. The student may create a solo work, or choreograph a work for other student dancers. The practicum credit is graded; the student may opt for a "P/F" designation. Majors and minors must take it as a graded practicum.

Prerequisite(s)

THDA 121 or THDA 341

THDA 105 - Theatre and Performance in the Twin Cities

The goal of this course is to introduce first-year students to live performance in the exciting arts scene of the Twin Cities. Students in this class learn approaches to studying theatre and performance events and texts, and begin to practice the vocabularies of scholarship in the field of theatre and performance studies. We attend performances at professional theatres, and at Macalester College. In this process of studied spectatorship, students learn how to critically attend, discuss, and write about theatre and performance events, learning the vocabularies of the field.

Frequency: Offered yearly.

THDA 110 - Introduction to Theatre Studies

This course is an initiation for the drama student to learn about the worlds of theatre and performance: an initiation that focuses on the critical tools necessary to begin exploring and identifying practices of thinking, reading, and researching the theater, performance, and the worlds that the critical arts address. The project is to carefully consider the questions: What is theatre? How does it work? Where has it been located? What are the claims of its genres? What might theatre accomplish? The course interrogates the aesthetic and cultural operations of theatre and the dramatic arts in order to identify vocabularies for interpreting the EVENT of the theatre. At its core, the course addresses the question: what does it require to read and interpret the arts of the theatre, theatrical contexts, and its performances? Using scripts, recorded events, criticism, and theory, the course addresses the rich relationship between the HISTORY and the THEORY of theatre and performance practices.

Frequency: Offered yearly.

THDA 115 - Cultures of Dance

This course will introduce you to dance forms from around the world. We will investigate a variety of forms and their cultural contexts through attendance at concerts, films, class discussions, readings, group research projects and movement activities. We will examine how dance functions in the lives of individuals and societies through various lenses including feminist, ethnographic, and africanist perspectives. We will move.

THDA 120 - Acting I

An introduction to the fundamental techniques of realistic acting. Through improvisation, physical and vocal exercises, text and character analysis, and scene studies, the student is introduced to the process of acting preparation and performance. Limited to 16 students.

Frequency: Offered annually.

THDA 121 - Beginning Dance Composition

The creative art of choreography is the transformation of felt and learned experiences into externalized forms. The process of organizing movement and evaluating the choices made within that organization is the development of the craft of choreography or composition. The elements of space, time and energy are studied in depth. Each student is actively involved in the creative process as choreographer and viewer. Either this course or THDA 341 is required for a dance minor.

Frequency: Every spring.

THDA 125 - Technical Theater

This course grounds students in the technical and construction practices of performance-making: materials and their sources and histories; conventional and contemporary technologies and techniques; quantitative methods for calculating and assessing drawings for execution. Classroom instruction and a weekly studio/drafting lab allow students to learn and apply knowledge through working with materials. Students in this course also provide support to mainstage construction projects, further extending their learning in the course.

THDA 141 - Film and the Moving Body

Explore the world of movement on screen. This course looks at the development of this burgeoning art form. The infinite ways in which movement forms perception in the two dimensional format will be investigated. The semester begins with an historical perspective on the merging of film and dance followed by extensive studies of work ranging from insights into the human condition through pedestrian gesture to abstract choreography uniquely portrayed via the camera lens. The analytical examinations are supplemented with devised projects. In creating individual screendances students learn editing and camera techniques. Kinesthesia, rhythm, and spatial awareness are a few of the movement for camera aspects that are applied to the film work. Previous experience in either dance or film is not required.

THDA 145 - Make-Up Design and Application

This course teaches students the theory and practice of make-up design and application, through a combination of lecture, discussion, demonstration and intense application. Students independently complete an extensive research portfolio called a "make-up morgue" while learning the principles of make-up design and application in weekly classroom laboratory format. $50 materials fee required.

Frequency: Alternate years.

THDA 194 - Topics Course

Varies by semester. Consult the department or class schedule for current listing.

THDA 210 - Community-Based Theatres

In almost every town in the world, in a rich tradition spanning millennia, communities make theatrical representations of themselves: their heroes, their unsung neighbors, their struggles, their aspirations. Community-based theatre is made by, for and about communities, and the varieties, strategies, controversies and triumphs of this form are the content of this course. In the United States, which is the geographical focus of this course, community-based theatre has emerged from rural and urban communities, communities of color, communities of coalitions united toward a cause - we will learn from historical and scholarly accounts, and from participants, about many of these efforts. We also will explore the Twin Cities' own deep history of community-based theatre-making, and participate in at least one major community project during the semester.

Frequency: Offered every other spring semester.

THDA 215 - Reading the Dancing Body: Topics in Dance History

Dance is an art of the body in time, space, and culture. It is a language that reflects individual, economic, social, and religious forces. This class will "read" the gender, race, and politics of the dancing body within African-American and Euro-American dance traditions from the 19th century to the early 21st century. The focus will be on theatrical dance forms in the United States including ballet, modern, and musical theater dance. Social dance will also be looked at as a predecessor to some of these genres. We will read, write, discuss, dance, view videos, and attend performances.

Frequency: Offered every other spring; next offered Spring 2014.

THDA 220 - Voice and Speech

An introduction to the fundamentals of correct and successful playing of the vocal instrument of the individual human body. Using techniques of Lessac, Linklater, and Rodenburg, students learn all the elements of elocution: communication awareness and confidence; breath support; healthy voice production and projection; posture and poise; articulation; Standard American English pronunciation; vocal expressiveness. Essential for all theatre and performing arts majors, including singers, and extremely useful for anyone choosing a career such as law, teaching, politics, leadership, etc., which demands speaking to groups and public presentations. Students learn to craft their own process of vocal support practice through a continuous self analysis, journaling of classroom exercises, explorations and performance. This is a dynamic, physical, highly experiential, practical, and performance-based, lab course.

Frequency: Every spring.

THDA 230 - Physical Approaches

This laboratory course offers intensive training in making theatre from action . Based on the teaching of Jacques Lecoq and his school of physical theatre training in Paris, work will focus on the observation, re-creation and transposition of daily life to create a theatre that is at once playful, emotional and creative. Course work will include an examination of the natural world and all its movements, our relationship with space and time, the neutral and larval masks and object manipulation. We will use improvisation, games and exercises to develop physical and creative skills with which to create original work; training includes basic acrobatics, balancing and juggling. Applied analyses of professional productions are required, as are written analyses of course work and individual progress. The goal of the course is to encourage curiosity and exploration to engage the student as creator, designer and performer. Enrollment limited to 12 students.

Frequency: Alternate years.

Prerequisite(s)

THDA 120 or other performance training strongly encouraged.

THDA 235 - Fundamentals of Scene Design

Study of the concepts, principles, and techniques of scene design in the modern theater. The emphasis is on developing an understanding of what a design concept involves and how to put ideas into colors, spaces, and forms. Much of the class lectures concern how to handle theater space and how other designers and periods in history have solved these problems. The lectures and exercises analyze the diverse materials available to the designer and the skills involved in mastering them. $40 materials fee required.

Prerequisite(s)

THDA 125 or permission of instructor.

THDA 240 - Brain to Bone: Aliveness, from Rehearsal through Performance

The performance experience, for both actor and spectator, is a collaboration in "aliveness:" switched-on cognition, participatory embodiment systems (muscles, nerves, organs, etc.), moment-by-moment discovery. This course will establish effective, body0based practices for character exploration and original performance creation. The work of the class will involve anatomy study and research, exercises and explorations, and ultimately, solo performance work. The class is physical and meets six hours per week. Preference given to students with acting experience, though well-described curiosity and commitment will be considered favorably. Prerequisites: sophomore standing and permission of instructor.

Frequency: Offered alternating fall semesters.

Prerequisite(s)

sophomore standing and permission of instructor.

THDA 242 - Playwrighting and Textual Analysis

Students will read a variety of plays that exemplify structural and genric concerns of writing for live performance: tragedy; comedy; the courtroom drama; farce; experimental, others. Students will elaborate their own interests in these forms through a series of time-bound conventions: the 3-minute, 10-minute and ultimately one-act form. In-class exercises and prompts, and small-group workshopping and reading will challenge writers' development. A mid-term and final playreading series will allow students to hear their work read in a supportive public setting.

Frequency: Offered alternate spring semesters.

Cross-Listed as

ENGL 285

THDA 250 - Experiential Anatomy and the Mind Body Connection

Through reading, writing, research, hands-on exercises, and structured movement activities, this course will explore the body's design and function, focusing on the skeletal, muscle, nervous, and respiratory systems. We will use yoga postures (asanas) and breath control (pranayama) as tools to cultivate direct knowledge of anatomy and alignment. This course is designed to integrate scientific models of anatomy and one's lived experience of body and movement. We will investigate the relationship between body and mind, beginning with the question of how the body and mind are defined and understood. Along with recent scholarly research, we will use mindfulness meditation (calm, precise attention) as a means to study thought, feeling, sensation, perception, and consciousness and how they interrelate.

Frequency: Every spring.

THDA 255 - Lighting Design

This course is an introduction to basic lighting design and the history of lighting. While emphasis is on theater, it also teaches the lighting design of film, television, dance, opera, and environmental settings. This course is primarily an approach to lighting design, but the student will be expected to have a basic grasp of lighting hardware as well. The first aim of the course is to make the student more aware of color and light around him/her every day. Demonstrations are an integral part of the lectures.

Frequency: Alternate years.

THDA 262 - Performing Feminisms

Feminisms in performance - whether on an actual theater stage or in offstage force fields of politics, history and culture - are the concern of this course. Through feminist, queer and performance theories of the body, representation, identification and spectatorship, and through the reading of plays, students will engage with the historic and contemporary practices of feminisms and performance-making. Attending performances, viewing films and performance documents will contribute to students' capacities to write critically about feminist performance practices. Prerequisites: sophomore standing or permission of instructor.

Frequency: Offered alternate spring semesters.

Prerequisite(s)

sophomore standing or permission of instructor.

Cross-Listed as

WGSS 262

THDA 263 - African American Theatre

This course is an overview of the development of theatre by and about Black Americans. It examines the historical, social, political, and cultural context of African-American Theatre. After investigating the roots of African-American Theatre in African culture, performance modes, and social values, it focuses on a study of plays written by Black Americans in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Frequency: Alternate years.

Prerequisite(s)

sophomore standing or permission of instructor

THDA 265 - The Oral History Project

This seminar trains students in the methods and theories of Oral History which have become so important for contemporary artists engaging with "real" subjects and social locations. Of particular concern for the course are questions about what it means to work between orality, work in the field, and the documentations of writing. Secondary, primary, and other sources are all used for this research project, in which students learn to evaluate their deployments of sources, as they contribute to critical reflections on their own critically creative working processes. Throughout the semester, students examine theories and methods of oral history, orality, performance, and writing - at the same time that they develop research for their own 'oral history' projects in Theatre and Performance research.

Frequency: Alternate years.

THDA 294 - Topics Course

Varies by semester. Consult the department or class schedule for current listing.

THDA 310 - Theatre Methods: Shakespeare to Viewpoints

This course is an experiential survey of major European and U.S. performance methods, 1600-present. Through readings in theatre and performance history and theory, students will investigate the social forces that have shaped acting-as-representation: from Shakespeare's Globe through commedia dell'arte , from Stanislavski's "magic if" to Brecht's V-effekt, Barba's "paper canoe" to the ongoing U.S. performance inquiry into "presence." In a weekly intensive lab component, students will learn the specific techniques developed by and required of these practitioners and genres. Research projects will culminate in an open community workshop of exercises and techniques, incorporated by the students as part of their comprehensive inquiry into additional innovators or genres. Requirement for Theatre and Dance majors. Enrollment limited to 12 students, with preference given to Theatre and Dance major and/or minors.

Frequency: Every fall.

THDA 341 - Intermediate Dance Composition

A continuation of the study of choreography, utilizing tools from the beginning level course in an advanced format, such as a juxtaposition of the dance elements involving more than one dancer. This course will deepen the student's ability to draw upon his or her self knowledge and create work that is rich in intuitive and intellectual knowledge. A look at the relationship of movement and music will be explored. Attendance at performances, followed by choreographic analysis will be an integral part of the process.

Frequency: Every fall.

Prerequisite(s)

THDA 121 or permission of instructor

THDA 350 - Directing and Devising: Making Meaning on the Stage

Whether the stage is a narrow room, an open field or a proper theatre, making nonhaphazard meaning there requires knowledge of performance history - "what came here before ?" - compositional skill - "how and in what combinations do these visual/aural languages signtify ?" -  and collaborative expertise. Students in this course will research the international history of theatre directing and devising since the late nineteenth century, learning from a variety of documents about process, vocabulary, composition and production. They will collaborate on an original class devising project, establishing the new work's aesthetic codes, communication practices, and production logistics. They will also conduct extensive research, script analyses and design prospectus of playwrights' work for their final public directing assignments in the one-act play form. Enrollment limited to 12 students.

Frequency: Every spring.

Prerequisite(s)

 THDA 120, THDA 125 and THDA 235 or permission of the instructor

THDA 360 - Acting II

Advanced work in characterization and additional acting techniques with continued focus on voice, movement, improvisation and textual analysis. A continuation of Acting I, this course is designed to deepen the student's understanding of his/her instrument as well as develop an individualized working method. Included in the course is a consideration of style through scene work in other genres. Enrollment limited to 12 students.

Frequency: Every year.

Prerequisite(s)

 THDA 120 sophomore standing and permission of instructor required.

THDA 394 - Topics Course

Varies by semester. Consult the department or class schedule for current listing.

THDA 465 - Advanced Lighting Design

Continuation of THDA 255. Meets simultaneously with THDA 255. Emphasis will be on furthering skills and techniques used in developing lighting design concepts. Projects are more complex and require more precision in their execution. Group discussion/critiques and field trips are included. Students' final projects will be a mock United Scenic Artist Lighting Design Exam.

Frequency: Alternate years.

Prerequisite(s)

 THDA 255 or permission of instructor

THDA 475 - Advanced Scene Design

Continuation of THDA 235. Meets simultaneously with THDA 235. Emphasis will be on furthering skills and techniques used in developing a design concept and how those design concepts are presented in three dimensional models or color renderings (paintings). A design portfolio will be the outcome of this course. Materials fee of $40 required.

Frequency: Every spring.

Prerequisite(s)

 THDA 235 or permission of instructor

THDA 489 - Seminar in Performance Theory and Practice

What are the hopes of performance and performance theory in the current era of globalization? How do aesthetic and social projects, including visual art, theatre, performance events, and dance, engage with the many registers of thinking, what Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak calls 'a planetary' arts and criticism? In this class we assess some of the ways that performance artists and theorists conceptualize and address formal artistic methodologies, culture, and the politics of performance in an era of globalization. Our premise is that all researchers are cultural producers, at once located within processes of globalization and mapping their terrains. Understanding theory as the attempt to practice and articulate methods of action (nothing more, nothing less) we examine some of the essential critical vocabularies for thinking performance and the social together. Readings in Performance research, in addition to Critical Theory, Feminist/Queer Theory, and critical race theory contribute to our study of contemporary Performance Theory.

THDA 490 - Capstone: Senior Research Collective

This course synthesizes the research, artistic and technical practices acquired by all Theatre and Combine Theatre and Dance majors. Each senior completes a capstone project in her/his area of emphasis, and these projects are supported through weekly advising, a monthly senior seminar format, and several presentation/evaluation formats throughout the arc of the senior year.

Frequency: Offered every year.

THDA 494 - Topics Course

Varies by semester. Consult the department or class schedule for current listing.

THDA 601 - Tutorial

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 602 - Tutorial

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 603 - Tutorial

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 604 - Tutorial

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 611 - Independent Project

For the advanced student capable of independent study requiring library research and/or experimental work in the theatre.

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 612 - Independent Project

For the advanced student capable of independent study requiring library research and/or experimental work in the theatre.

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 613 - Independent Project

For the advanced student capable of independent study requiring library research and/or experimental work in the theatre.

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 614 - Independent Project

For the advanced student capable of independent study requiring library research and/or experimental work in the theatre.

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 621 - Internship

The theatre and dance department allows up to eight credits for approved internship experiences, which may be applicable to a major in theatre arts (and non-majors, by approval from and in consultation with a department faculty member).

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Junior or Senior majors. Permission of instructor and department. Work with Internship Office.

THDA 622 - Internship

The theatre and dance department allows up to eight credits for approved internship experiences, which may be applicable to a major in theatre arts (and non-majors, by approval from and in consultation with a department faculty member).

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Junior or Senior majors. Permission of instructor and department. Work with Internship Office.

THDA 623 - Internship

The theatre and dance department allows up to eight credits for approved internship experiences, which may be applicable to a major in theatre arts (and non-majors, by approval from and in consultation with a department faculty member).

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Junior or Senior majors. Permission of instructor and department. Work with Internship Office.

THDA 624 - Internship

The theatre and dance department allows up to eight credits for approved internship experiences, which may be applicable to a major in theatre arts (and non-majors, by approval from and in consultation with a department faculty member).

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Junior or Senior majors. Permission of instructor and department. Work with Internship Office.

THDA 631 - Preceptorship

Through a preceptorship, an advanced student assists a faculty member in the planning and teaching of a course.

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Junior or Senior majors. Permission of instructor and department. Work with Academic Programs.

THDA 632 - Preceptorship

Through a preceptorship, an advanced student assists a faculty member in the planning and teaching of a course.

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Junior or Senior majors. Permission of instructor and department. Work with Academic Programs.

THDA 633 - Preceptorship

Through a preceptorship, an advanced student assists a faculty member in the planning and teaching of a course.

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Junior or Senior majors. Permission of instructor and department. Work with Academic Programs.

THDA 634 - Preceptorship

Through a preceptorship, an advanced student assists a faculty member in the planning and teaching of a course.

Frequency: Every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Junior or Senior majors. Permission of instructor and department. Work with Academic Programs.

THDA 641 - Honors Independent

Independent research, writing, or other preparation leading to the culmination of the senior honors project.

Frequency: Offered every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 642 - Honors Independent

Independent research, writing, or other preparation leading to the culmination of the senior honors project.

Frequency: Offered every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 643 - Honors Independent

Independent research, writing, or other preparation leading to the culmination of the senior honors project.

Frequency: Offered every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.

THDA 644 - Honors Independent

Independent research, writing, or other preparation leading to the culmination of the senior honors project.

Frequency: Offered every semester.

Prerequisite(s)

Permission of instructor.