Theatre Arts Minor
Participate both onstage and off with a theatre arts minor as you learn about the craft that has shaped the art of performance for many years. You will see first-hand how productions come together when you attend local shows and work on Carroll University plays and musicals. Popular majors for those who choose a theatre arts minor are business, communication, psychology, music, education and graphic communication.
Carroll's theatre arts minor complements many areas of study:
Arts Management Minor
A minor in arts management will provide you with the basic understanding of how arts organizations and venues operate as well as the advantages and challenges non-profit organizations face. This minor pairs well with any visual or performing arts major including art, graphic communication, photography, theatre arts or music.
Carroll's arts management minor complements many areas of study:
Film and Television Minor
Are you interested in film and television? These industries shape the world we live in economically, socially, politically and ideologically. The Film and Television minor can help prepare you for a career in these important creative arts.
The interdisciplinary minor incorporates courses from Carroll's communication, English, theatre and graphic communication programs. You'll study the history, theory and production of film and television, and be introduced to the latest emerging technologies. And critical analysis of how film and television impact us on a societal and individual level will prepare you to work within our global media culture.
Your courses will include hands-on training in writing, editing and producing short films, television spots, commercials and music videos and in computer animation. You'll also acquire critical business skills such as budgeting, marketing and project/personnel management.
As you move through the program, you'll build a portfolio of written and on-screen work that can help you advance professionally upon graduation.
Learn more about the Theatre Arts major
For more information and to see the courses that make up any of these minors, please check the Carroll University Catalog.