Theatrical Design - Courses

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Entry Procedure (restricted):

All Northwestern University students are eligible for the Theatrical Design Module. Students will be admitted into the Module following an interview and portfolio review to determine their acceptance in the Module. After being admitted, students will be guided by a mentor from their track in the selection of optional courses to match their specific area(s) of interest in design.

Prerequisites For Individual Design Tracks (Two Required Courses):

LIGHTING

SCENIC

COSTUME

321-3 Lighting Design II

321-1 Scene Design II

321-2 Costume Design II

356-4 Drafting

325-1 Model Building

328-1 Pattern Drafting

(Upon completion of the prerequisites, the student will meet with their mentor and two other module committee members to determine acceptance in the module).

The following classes are required in each track:

LIGHTING

SCENIC

COSTUME

321-3 Lighting Design II

321-1 Scene Design II

321-2 Costume Design II

356-4 Drafting

325-1 Model Building

328-1 Pattern Drafting

Two of the following classes are also required:

LIGHTING

SCENIC

COSTUME

 

325-4 Drafting

 

462- 1 Lighting Design

463-1 Scene Design

464-1 Costume Design

329-0 Cad/Vectorworks

329-0 Cad/Vectorworks

325-3 Theatrical Figure

326-1 Freehand Drawing

3326-1 Freehand Drawing

326-1 Freehand Drawing

325-2 D & P Theat. Space

325-2 D & P: Theat. Space

221-1 Design Scenery

221-1 Design Scenery

221-2 Design Costume

221-3 Design Lighting

221-2 Design Costume

221-3 Design Lighting

 

ALL REQUIRED CLASSES TO BE COMPLETED BY THE QUARTER BEFORE YOU INTEND TO GRADUATE.

Suggested courses for further study:

In consultation with the faculty mentor, courses completed in any of the following departments; Departments of Anthropology, Art History, Art Theory and Practice, Classics, Humanities, History, and Performance Studies.