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THEATER ARTS MAJOR ACADEMIC PLANNER / COURSE PLANNER
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(See tab at bottom of window for a requiremts checklist.)
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Name (first last):
This form is being completed for the following purpose:• MAJOR DECLARATION: Four-year students must declare a major by the end of Sophomore year. To declare the THEATER ARTS major, successfully complete 3 lower-div. courses:
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Student ID:For students’ own use (no signature required)
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Email: • 1 course from either THEA 61A, B, or C
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Phone:2 courses chosen from THEA 10, 20 (or 21), or 30
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College:When declaring the major or a minor, this plan will be revised as needed with the department adviser. When declaring the major it will also be reviewed by a faculty adviser.
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NOTE: See COMMENTS by clicking on the Comments button at top right of this sheet. Fields with comments will also be indicated by a yellow triangle in the top right corner of the field. Please also see any notes beneath the plan and the tabs at the bottom including requirements checklists.
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• (GE–General Education–codes are noted in parenthesis)
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BOLD = Courses are only offered in the quarter noted
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FallWinterSpringSummer
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2019-20THEA 20 or 21 (IM)–acting interest OR THEA 10 (IM)–technical interest *THEA 61B (TA)Winter onlyTHEA 20 or 21 (IM)–acting interest OR THEA 10 (IM)–technical interest *
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[College Core][College Core?]THEA 61C (TA)Spring only
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THEA 50 (2 unit)
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2020-21THEA 61A (TA)Fall onlyTHEA 30 (PR-C)THEA Upper Div. Hist/Theo
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THEA Lower Div. ElectiveTHEA Upper Div. Studio
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[THEA Faculty Directed Production]
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THEA 50 (2 unit)THEA 50 (2 unit)
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2021-22THEA Upper Div. StudioTHEA Upper Div. ElectiveTHEA 160, Dram TheoriesSpring only (This is a prerequisite for THEA 185)
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THEA Upper Div. Hist/Theo
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2022-23THEA 185, Senior SeminarFall only
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Student Signature: DATE:
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(Signature indicates that the student understands the academic plan and declaration process laid out in this document.)
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Major 1:
Senior Comp. Requirement: Thea 185
DC Requirement: Thea 160Catalog Year: AIS EGT:
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⃞ Extension/Adjustment Needed to:
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Major 1 Academic Adviser Salal Moon Rinaldo (Theater Arts)Signature: Date:
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Theater Arts Faculty Adviser: Fac. Advis. Signature: Date:
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The Petition for Major/Minor Declaration form must be completed for official declaration.Declaration date:
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Major adviser signatures do not verify GE, credit or university requirements. (Consult College Advising)
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Major 2/Minor:
Senior Comp. Requirement:DC Requirement: Catalog Year: AIS EGT:
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⃞ Extension/Adjustment Needed to:
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Major 2/Minor Adviser:Signature: Date:
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The Petition for Major/Minor Declaration form must be completed for official declaration.Declaration date:
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Major adviser signatures do not verify GE, credit or university requirements. (Consult College Advising)
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Approval for adjusted EGT by College Adviser: _________________________ Date: _________ ⃞ AIS EGT adjusted. New EGT:
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THEATER ARTS CLASS ENROLLMENT RECOMMENDATIONS:
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Students primarily interested in DESIGN/TECHNICAL work are advised to take THEA 10, Introduction to Design, during their first quarter or as soon as possible thereafter (Thea 10 is the prerequisite for further progress in technical/design courses).
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Students primarily interested interested in DANCE are advised to enroll in THEA 30 Introduction to Dance Theory and Technique as early as possible (Thea 30 is a prerequisite for some upper division dance courses).
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Students primarily interested in ACTING are advised to enroll in either THEA 20 or THEA 21, during their first quarter or as soon as possible thereafter, according to these guidelines:
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THEA 20, Introductory Studies in Acting, is a non-audition course designed for students with little or no experience in acting.
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THEA 21, Acting Studio 1, is geared toward students with a good deal of acting experience (auditions are held on the first day of the class: come prepared to deliver a 1–2 min. monologue). Thea 21 is the best foundation for further acting courses in the department as well as acting professionally. If a student takes Thea 20 and then takes Thea 21 , the first would fulfill the lower division acting requirement and Thea 21 may be used to fulfill the Lower Division Elective requirement.
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ACTING COURSE NOTE: It is recommended that students who plan to audition for THEA 21 (on the first day of the class) enroll during the regular enrollment period in THEA 20 as a “backup” in case of not being admitted to THEA 21. If admitted to 21, the student may drop THEA 20.
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IMPORTANT THEATER ARTS NOTES
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Begin trying for a Faculty Directed Production as early as possible (though after your first quarter on campus) as it cannot be predicted when one will be chosen to participate.
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Thea 160 is to be taken in the 3rd/Junior year and is only offered in the spring quarter. It is the prerequisite for Thea 185.
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Thea 185 is to be taken in the last/Senior year and is only offered in the fall quarter. Prererequisite: Thea 160.
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The Senior Comprehensive Requirement is fulfilled by taking Thea 185.
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The DC Requirement is fulfilled by taking Thea 160.
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Theater Arts Course Offerings sheet for gen. planning:
https://theater.ucsc.edu/programs/courses
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The Course Offerings sheet is compiled by the department advisor and is only available on the department website and in hard copy in the handout racks outside and in the department office.
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Theater Arts Course Descriptions in the Gen. Catalog:
https://registrar.ucsc.edu/catalog/programs-courses/course-descriptions/thea.html
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Theater Arts Program Description in the Gen. Catalog:
https://registrar.ucsc.edu/catalog/programs-courses/program-statements/thea.html
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Some Theater Arts courses fulfil General Education (GE) requirements. Course code key for Theater Arts courses that fulfill GEs:
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Cross-Cultural Analysis (CC), Ethnicity and Race (ER), Interpreting Arts and Media (IM), Textual Analysis and Interpretation (TA), Perspectives (PE-E, PE-H, PE-T), Human Behavior (PE-H), Technology and Society (PE-T), Practice: Creative Process (PR-C), Practice: Collaborative Endeavor (PR-E)
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OTHER IMPORTANT NOTES
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GE (General Education) course completion and university credit should be tracked by you on your MyUCSC portal. GEs are not usually included on major plans, so please account for those when doing your overall planning. Questions regarding GEs and university credit should be addressed to your college advisor.
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Consider As You Plan:
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• Major/minor requirements (Questions? Ask your major/program adviser.)
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• General education, 180 credit, university and college requirements (Questions? Ask your college academic adviser or preceptor.)
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• Courses and programs to meet your educational goals
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• All requests for extensions/ adjustments to your expected graduation term (EGT) must be reviewed by your college. A maximum of 5 academic years (or equivalent) is allowed. See http://advising.ucsc.edu/student/declaration for information on requesting an adjusted EGT.
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• Since requests are not approved in advance, no upcoming term in plan should include >19 credits.
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