(*Spring course numbers are in parentheses) Students undertaking an Independent Study (ENG 391) whose subject is Theatre or Dramatic Research, or enrolled in a standard Research Course (ENG 380) or Honors Thesis (ENG 398) with a Dramatic Literature/ Theatrical focus might also have those classes count towards a Minor in Theatre.
Study Abroad options in London and Bath (if allied to dramatic or theatrical work) might count towards a Minor.
It should be noted that ENG 298 (299): Performance Lab and ENG 392: Practicum (Advanced Stage Management) currently do count towards the Minor.
Other courses in the English department relating to drama and/or theater may, from time to time, be valid additions to this list.
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All English majors will soon be required to take a course in literary theory.
By focusing on major theoretical schools of the twentieth century--such as structuralism, post-structuralism, feminism, Marxism, deconstruction, queer theory, psychoanalysis, and post-colonialism--an English major learns how to integrate an array of demanding analytic paradigms.
Other courses relating to drama and/or theatre, in the English Department may, from time to time, be valid additions to this list, too.
See the Director of Undergraduate Studies for details.