Interested students can pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Education with Theatre as a teaching specialization at Fairmont State University.
Students will learn that that theatre is not only an art, but is also a tool for personal and artistic development
The Theatre Education program is a secondary education teacher preparation program. The theatre coursework for this program is housed in the Department of Communication and Theatre Arts. The mission of the program is to provide candidates with a hands-on experience incorporating theory and practice in theatre arts to foster reflective and responsive educators who possess the knowledge, skills and dispositions to help all students learn.
Educational theatre is an appropriate path for students who are interested in further study in drama therapy, applied theatre, and arts administration.
Training development specialists
Theatre news correspondents
Student affairs specialist
Requirements for Admission to Theatre Education
Earn a minimum quality point average of 2.75 overall, 2.75 in each teaching specialization and 2.75 in all professional education classes.
Complete Early Field Experience COMMUNITY Early Field Experience PDS requirements.
Achieve acceptable scores on the Core Academic Skills for Educators Test (CORE).
Complete EDUC 2200 (Introduction to Education) and EDUC 2201 (Instructional Technology) with a grade of “C” or higher.
Complete the Teacher Education Application form in Taskstream.
Be approved by the Teacher Education Selection Committee.