The Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) in Production Design and Technology requires an interview and portfolio review at the end of the freshman year for admission. At the end of your freshman year, students interview and present your portfolio for provisional acceptance into the program. Continuing in the program is contingent upon successful annual portfolio reviews.
The B.F.A. in Production Design and Technology is available with an emphasis on the environmental aspects of performance. Design and technology in scenery, costumes, lighting, properties, sound, stage management, and makeup are taught in a series of courses and special projects throughout the four-year curriculum.
Productions are prepared under the close personal advisement and participation of the production faculty and staff. Qualified students are challenged with major creative responsibilities. During the first two years, students are encouraged to complete theater core and general education requirements. In consultation with academic advisers, students may also enroll in selected production design technology courses at the 2000 level and above.