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Drama

Students are strongly encouraged to consult the course listings for both English and for Theatre Arts (THAR) (http://www.sas.upenn.edu/theatrearts) in choosing courses that engage with drama and theatre. The concentration in Drama and Theatre Arts is ideal for students interested in both English and Theatre Arts, since nearly all of the courses that fulfill this concentration -- those with the attribute AEDR in Path@Penn -- are cross-listed with that program. In addition, they might consider also adding a minor in Theatre Arts, or even doing a double major in English and in Theatre Arts.  Several courses that count towards the English Major's Drama Concentration can count towards the Theatre Arts Minor (six credits) or the Theatre Arts Major (thirteen credits).

Worksheet and Eligible Courses for Drama

  • Course 1: Introductory or Intermediary lvl ENGL courses or cross-listed in ENGL (0010-0099; 0300-0399; 1000-1999) that has the AEDR attribute
  • Course 2: Any course on Drama or Theatre taught in ENGL or cross-listed in ENGL that has the AEDR attribute
  • Course 3: Any course on Drama or Theatre taught in ENGL or cross-listed in ENGL that has the AEDR attribute
  • Course 4: An advanced seminar (ENGL 0500-0599; 2000-2999; 5000-5999) on drama or theatre that has the AEDR attribute

Note: please get in touch with your Major advisor or the Undergraduate Chair if you took a Drama-related course that was not tagged with the AEDR attribute in Path@Penn--we could then review it to grant an exception.

 

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