Acting Major, BFA

(NYC)

University Core Credits – (44-55)

Major Credits - (81)

Required Core Major Courses (69 credits)

PAAT 111BFA Acting I

3 credits

PAAT 112BFA Acting II

3 credits

PAAT 211Acting III for the BFA Actor

3 credits

PAAT 212Acting IV for the BFA Actor

3 credits

PAAT 121Movement I for the BFA Actor

2 credits

PAAT 122Movement II for the BFA Actor

2 credits

PAAT 221Movement III

2 credits

PAAT 222Movement IV

2 credits

PAAT 131Vocal Production I for the BFA Actor

2 credits

PAAT 132Vocal Production II for the BFA Actor

2 credits

PAAT 233Vocal Prod III for the BFA Actor

2 credits

PAAT 231Voice and Speech I for the BFA Actor

2 credits

PAAT 232Voice & Speech II for the BFA Actor

2 credits

PAAT 272Script Analysis for the BFA Actor

2 credits

PAAT 273Theater History I for the BFA Actor

2 credits

PAAT 274Theater History II for the BFA Actor

2 credits

And

Acting V, VI, VII, VIII (11 credits)

Acting for Film & TV I, II, III, and IV (11 credits)

Voice and Speech III (2 credits)

Design Perspective for the BFA Actor (3 credits)

Stage Combat I (2 credits)

Improvisation I (2 credits)

The Industry for the BFA Actor (2 credits)

Fall/Spring Production Crew (0 credits)

Required Electives (12 credits)

Students choose 12 credits of elective Performing Arts Department course work approved by program coordinator.

Open Electives (3-14)

Includes UNV 101 - Freshman Seminar - for first-year freshman students (3 credits).

Total Credit Hours: 128

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