Master’s degree curriculum
The master’s degree curriculum is essentially project based. The following modules can be combined as required, depending on the specialization chosen. The different modules are described in the syllabus common to all the campuses.
* campus and toolbox modules
* project module
* master’s degree production and thesis
Campus and Toolbox modules
The purpose of these modules is to inculcate key skills using a multi-disciplinary approach, and so make the vast range of courses on the campus available to all theatre studies students. They include common courses (theory, methodology, skill acquisition), blocks of courses, individual studies, seminars, etc.
The Project module consists of a major cross-disciplinary theatrical research and production supervised by a recognized practitioner in an area of study.
Master’s degree production and thesis
The master’s course concludes with the production and the written thesis. Production and thesis reflect the student’s chosen specialization comprising a practical and a theoretical component. The individual objectives set by the student (artistic and theoretical goals) define the scope of the two parts.