Theatre Arts Course Sequence Furman University

At most schools, you have to commit to a curriculum as a freshman even if you’re not sure what you want to do. At Furman, you have options. If you’re not ready to commit to a major in theatre arts as a freshman, you can choose a different path. Take a few courses in our program and other disciplines, and find out what really appeals to you.

When you determine theatre arts is the right fit, you can begin our program as a sophomore—and still be on schedule to graduate in four years. You can even double major. That’s the benefit of studying at a liberal arts school.

​CLASS OF 2016 AND 2018

Class​  Fall​ Spring ​​
 Freshman THA-101, THA-116
THA-115
 Sophomore THA-120, THA-210 THA-211, THA-316(7)
 Junior THA-elective THA-310, THA-elective
 Senior THA-315
THA-430

CLASS OF 2015 and 2017

Class  Fall​ Spring
 Freshman THA-120
THA-101
 Sophomore THA-116 THA-115, THA-elective
 Junior THA-210, THA-315 THA-211, THA-316(7)
 Senior THA-elective
THA-310, THA-430
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