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2017-18 Catalog 
    
2017-18 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

 

 

Theatre

   •  TA 344 - Drafting for Theatre
   •  TA 346 - Costume Crafts
   •  TA 349 - Fashion Through the Centuries
   •  TA 352 - Investigating the Text
   •  TA 354 - Fundamentals of Directing
   •  TA 355 - Intermediate Directing
   •  TA 357A - Musical Theatre Workshop I
   •  TA 357B - Musical Theatre Workshop II
   •  TA 358 - Auditioning for Musical Theatre
   •  TA 359 - Musical Theatre History
   •  TA 360 - Creative Dramatics
   •  TA 366 - Costume Construction IV
   •  TA 367 - Costume Construction V
   •  TA 368 - Corset Making
   •  TA 371 - Playwriting
   •  TA 381 - Acting IV: Advanced Acting
   •  TA 382 - Acting V: Advanced Acting
   •  TA 383 - Acting VI: Advanced Acting
   •  TA 399 - Special Studies
   •  TA 400A - Theatre Capstone Workshop
   •  TA 400B - Capstone Experience
   •  TA 401 - Research
   •  TA 403 - Thesis
   •  TA 405 - Reading and Conference
   •  TA 407 - Seminar
   •  TA 408 - Workshop
   •  TA 409 - Practicum/Teaching Assistant
   •  TA 421 - Auditioning I
   •  TA 422 - Auditioning II
   •  TA 424 - Film Acting
   •  TA 425 - Advanced Film Acting
   •  TA 430 - The Art of Storytelling
   •  TA 434 - Theatre Business Management
   •  TA 436 - Topics in Shakespeare
   •  TA 439 - Oregon Shakespeare Festival Plays in Production
   •  TA 442 - Theatre Sound Design
   •  TA 443 - Scene Design Studio
   •  TA 444 - Advanced Stagecraft
   •  TA 445 - Lighting Design: Creating the Aesthetic
   •  TA 446 - Lighting Design: Technique and Implementation
   •  TA 453 - Topics in World Drama
   •  TA 454 - Advanced Directing
   •  TA 455 - Theatre Practice
   •  TA 458 - Topics in Drama
   •  TA 459 - Forms and Meaning of Drama
   •  TA 462 - Costume Design IV
   •  TA 463 - Costume Design V
   •  TA 484 - Computer Aided Design for Theatre
   •  TA 501 - Research
   •  TA 503 - Thesis
   •  TA 505 - Reading and Conference
   •  TA 507 - Seminar
   •  TA 508 - Workshop
   •  TA 509 - Practicum
   •  TA 521 - Principles of Production Analysis-Representational Theatre
   •  TA 522 - Principles of Production Analysis-Presentational Theatre
   •  TA 523 - Principles of Production Analysis-Musical Theatre
   •  TA 526 - Design Elements-Representational Theatre
   •  TA 527 - Design Elements-Presentational Theatre
   •  TA 528 - Design Elements-Musical Theatre
   •  TA 531 - Production Implementation-Representational Theatre
   •  TA 532 - Production Implementation-Presentational Theatre
   •  TA 533 - Production Implementation-Musical Theatre
   •  TA 534 - Theatre Business Management
   •  TA 536 - Topics in Shakespeare
   •  TA 541 - Practicum: Applied Technology-Representational Theatre
   •  TA 542 - Practicum: Applied Technology-Presentational Theatre
   •  TA 543 - Practicum: Applied Technology-Musical Theatre
   •  TA 545 - Lighting Design: Creating the Aesthetic
   •  TA 546 - Lighting Design: Technique and Implementation
   •  TA 558 - Topics in Drama
   •  TA 559 - Forms and Meaning of Drama

Undergraduate Studies

   •  UGS 199 - Special Studies
   •  UGS 299 - Special Studies
   •  UGS 399 - Special Studies

University Seminar

   •  USEM 100 - Transition to College Writing
   •  USEM 101 - University Seminar
   •  USEM 102 - University Seminar
   •  USEM 103 - University Seminar
   •  USEM 185 - Introduction to Expository Writing
   •  USEM 409 - Advanced Practicum

Writing

   •  WR 121 - English Composition - I
   •  WR 122 - English Composition

Writing Center

The following courses are offered to students who are interested in working as peer tutors in the SOU Writing Center. USEM 199 – Special Studies: Writing Center Theory and Practice (1 credit) – is required of all Writing Center tutors. USEM 209 – Practicum: Advanced Writing Center Theory and Practice (2 credits) – is recommended for all Writing Center tutors.

   •  USEM 199 - Special Studies
   •  USEM 209 - Practicum
 

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