Dec 03, 2021  
2020-2021 College Catalog 
    
2020-2021 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Liberal Arts, Specialization in Theatre Performance (648-05), Associate of Arts Degree


Purpose: The Associate of Arts Liberal Arts curriculum in Theatre Performance offers an emphasis in acting and performance. The Associate of Arts degree curriculum may be used by students who wish to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete the Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre.

Program and Graduation Requirements: A core requirement for majors in the liberal arts at Thomas Nelson and at most four-year schools is competency in a foreign language through the 200-course level. Liberal Arts students who do not have this intermediate level competency are strongly encouraged to enroll in a foreign language in their first semester and to complete all required semesters of foreign language before transfer. Students should map out their semester schedules with this foreign language requirement in mind.

World Language Competency: A core requirement for majors in the liberal arts programs at Thomas Nelson and at most four-year schools is competency in a world language through the 200 level. Liberal Arts students are strongly encouraged to enroll in a world language in their first semester and to complete all required world language courses before transfer. Students who completed two or more years of world language in high school may be eligible for advanced course placement at Thomas Nelson. Please check with your advisor. 

Part-Time Program Sequence  

Semester Total Credits 15


Semester Total Credits 16


Semester Total Credits 16


Semester Total Credits 13


Total Minimum Credits 60


1Students who studied World Languages in high school may be eligible to have one or more World Language course requirements waived. Students must make up those credits so that they earn the total credits required for the Liberal Arts program. 

 

 

Program Information (ABHS)


For additional information about this program visit the Arts, Business, Humanities and Social Sciences web page, stop by room 851 Templin Hall, phone 757-825-2799, or email abhs@tncc.edu