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Drama in Education and Community

  • Prepares students for careers in community, institutional and educational settings
  • Teaches the application of drama and theatre as it relates to the elementary/secondary curriculum, and various types of community practice
  • Provides training in creative play, storytelling, theatre for young audiences, theatre for social action, classroom facilitation and leadership
  • Includes teaching placements in both elementary and secondary schools
  • Includes community-based projects driven by social issues

Course Descriptions - Dramatic Art


 

Minimum Admissions Average: 
70%
Degree: 
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Drama in Education and Community
Mean Admissions Average: 
80%
Requirements: 
  • ENG4U required.
  • An interview is also required for this program. Please contact Dramatic Art at 519-253-3000 ext. 2804 or visit uwindsor.ca/drama for further information.
Career Tracks: 
  • Elementary and secondary schools and/or special education (BEd is required after this degree)
  • Theatre for young audiences
  • Graduate studies in drama therapy, drama in education, applied theatre and education
  • Workshop and program design and facilitation
  • Program co-ordination
  • Entrepreneurial possibilities
  • Drama and theatre work across the lifespan