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Theatre Teaching


Program Description

The BFA in Theatre Teaching is a four-year professional degree that prepares students to teach theatre in a variety of dynamic and challenging learning environments. Competent K-12 theatre teaching requires both in-depth knowledge of subject matter (theatre) and skill in applying educational concepts and principles that are developmentally appropriate. The College of Education’s Urban Institute for Teacher Education (UITE) oversees teacher licensure at the University of Utah.

To be admitted to the Theatre Teaching Program, students must schedule an interview and submit additional application materials.

The Student Experience

BFA Theatre Teaching students have numerous opportunities throughout their program of study to teach, direct, and work in partnership with urban schools, the award-winning Youth Theatre at the U Program, and community-based organizations

Career Opportunities

The purpose of the BFA Theatre Teaching Grade Licensure Program is to prepare elementary, junior high, middle school, and high school theatre educators. Competent K-12 theatre teaching requires both in-depth knowledge of subject matter (theatre) and skill in applying educational concepts and principles that are developmentally appropriate.

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Last Updated: 1/21/22