Study Theatre & Performance
We offer unique courses in both practical and theoretical aspects of theatre. Our program of study suits theatre practitioners and teachers, and anyone working towards gaining industry knowledge and professional skills — including confidence and experience in public speaking, oral communication and presentation.
Undergraduate and postgraduate study
Study on campus in Armidale or off campus.
Majors: Theatre and Performance can be studied as a major in the following courses.
Electives: You can also study Theatre and Performance as an elective in almost any bachelor course offered at UNE; check the course rules from the link below to see how many electives you are permitted to include. Any student accepted into UNE is welcome to enrol in the introductory units (THEA110 and THEA111) and then progress to more advanced units after satisfactorily completing them.
Theatre and Performance can also be studied at postgraduate level in coursework or research programs.
Higher degree research may be undertaken either by traditional thesis or in creative practice.
See the list of Theatre and Performance units in the Course and Unit Catalogue.
*Please read About THEA302 first. A satisfactory proposal must be completed and approved before permission to enrol in the unit is complete.
Thinking about studying ARTS301 or ARTS302?
If you are interested in enrolling in the independent study units ARTS301 Research and Professional Practice or ARTS302 Research and Professional Practice II, please read about enrolling in ARTS301 or ARTS302 first. You will need to fill in a Project Proposal Form and have your project approved before enrolling.
If you are enrolled in a postgraduate award, you might like to consider enrolling in ARTS501 or ARTS502, which are also project- and/or research-oriented units.
ARTS301 Research and Professional Practice
ARTS302 Research and Professional Practice II
ARTS501 Arts Research and Professional Practice
ARTS502 Dissertation Unit
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The UNE Theatre and Performance program has been developed by innovative and knowledgeable teachers who combine scholarship with practical and professional experience.
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