Associate’s Degree in Drama Course

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Type of establishment : University/higher education institution
Level: Pre-diploma
CRICO: 02664K

The Associate’s Degree in Drama provides a solid introduction to key aspects of theater. The degree is built around a core of performance and production studies, and students choose a major specialization in performance, production, or theater practice at the end of their first year. Primary course outcomes aim to prepare students for entry-level positions in the theatre, film and television industries. Specialized studies are layered with the exploration of a Christian worldview that supports personal and professional ethics and social responsibility. Theatrical productions are a regular feature throughout the course.

Structure

  • Nestled within the Bachelor of Drama
  • 96 credit points
  • 6 subjects per semester.

Topics

  • Acting
  • Design (Set
  • Sound
  • Lighting
  • Suit)
  • Movement
  • Performance
  • Production
  • scene management
  • history of theater
  • theatrical style
  • Voice
  • Script writing
  • Direction.

Standard entry requirements

  • NSW HSC or equivalent
  • Hearing and interview.

Study path

Credits are awarded for equivalent prior studies and/or demonstrated equivalent prior learning. Graduates can complete a bachelor’s degree in drama with the addition of an additional year of study.

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