Interaction between the worlds of film and theatre has been one of the most significant influences on twentieth-century cultural expression.
Stage and Screen Studies is meant for students interested in exploring both these realms and in drawing together the lessons to be learned in each. It offers instruction in the theoretical and historical dimensions of the two art forms, and requires commitment to the demanding opportunity for practical work in each. By combining selected courses from the Departments of Drama and Film Studies, along with others of the student's choosing from Art and/or Music, Stage and Screen Studies provides a challenging and rewarding path toward understanding the relations of the arts in contemporary society.
The special field concentration leads to a B.A. (Honours) degree, and consists of 14.0 credits out of a 19.0 credit honours program. Six credits are to be taken in each of Drama and Film Studies, one credit in Art and/or Music, a half credit in STSC courses, plus a half credit in STSC, Drama, or Film Studies.
No specific high school course is required
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