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TECHNICAL PRODUCTION & DESIGN

Course List & Sequencing

Through a culturally relevant learning experience that is both practical and theoretical, students will hone the skills necessary to become artistic leaders in design, production and management. Technical Design and Production artists will graduate with the ability to creatively process and solve challenges related to the demands of the entertainment industry with the highest degree of professionalism and integrity.

TDP aims to promote excellence in the scholarship and in the practice of technical design and production.

The Technical Design and Production Department is committed to:


Team Design


Collaboration and communication


Respect for and responsiveness to the needs of all students, faculty, and staff


Highest standards in professionalism, design, creativity and academics


Critical, creative and imaginative thinking, diversity of ideas


Artistic, academic and intellectual freedom; diversity & citizenship.

*BOLD PRINT INDICATED REQUIREMENT FOR GRADUATION

YEAR 1

COSTUME TECHNOLOGY

(TERMS 1 & 2)

(QTA)

AUDIO VISUAL TECHNOLOGY

(TERMS 3 & 4)

(QT7)

SCENIC TECHNOLOGY

(TERMS 1 & 2)

(QT4)

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY

(TERMS 3 & 4)

(QT3)

TECHNICAL PRODUCTION I 

(TP1)

THEATRE OPERATIONS I

(TO1)

YEAR 2

STAGE MANAGEMENT

(QTB)

THEATRE DESIGN I

(AUDIO, COSTUME, LIGHTING, SCENIC)

(TD1)

TECHNICAL PRODUCTION II

(TP2)

THEATRE OPERATIONS II

(TO2)

YEAR 3

MASS MEDIA COMMUNICATION:

INTRO TO FILM & VIDEO 

(QM1)

THEATRE DESIGN II

(AUDIO, COSTUME, LIGHTING, SCENIC)

(TD2)

TECHNICAL PRODUCTION III

(TP3)

THEATRE OPERATIONS III

(TO3)

YEAR 4

SENIOR PROJECT: THEATRE TECH I 

(QTG)

THEATRE DESIGN III

(AUDIO, COSTUME, LIGHTING, SCENIC)

(TD3)

TECHNICAL PRODUCTION IV

(TP4)

THEATRE OPERATIONS IV

(QTF)

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