Performing Arts (Theatre Arts/Film Studies) B. A. (Hons)
Performing Arts (Theatre Arts/Film Studies) programme schedule
Year of entry2016/2017
QualificationB. A (Hons) (single honour only)
Application4 years full time : apply through UTME
Requirement

For admission to the 4-year programme in Theatre Arts, candidate must possess the WASC/NECO/GCE (O/L) with a minimum of 5 credit passes in one sitting or 6 credit passes in two sittings. The credit...more

 
Admission Requirement

For admission to the 4-year programme in Theatre Arts, candidate must possess the WASC/NECO/GCE (O/L) with a minimum of 5 credit passes in one sitting or 6 credit passes in two sittings. The credit passes to include English Language, Literature-in-English, one other Arts subject and at least a pass in Mathematics.

Candidates applying to the Redeemer’s University are expected to sit for the admission year Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), and attain the National aggregate score. This is a statutory requirement for entry into Nigerian Universities. Candidates are required to apply for programmes of their choice by completing this year JAMB Registration Forms. They are to ensure that their UTME subject combination qualifies them for their chosen programmes.

In addition, candidates must complete online, Application Form of the University. No admission into the Redeemer’s University is possible without participation in the University screening exercise, and attainment of the required standard for admission into the University.

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS (DIRECT ENTRY)

Candidates who wish to be considered for Direct Entry admission to pursue a three year degree programme are advised to contact the Department for necessary guidance on admission requirements.

Two A’ Level passes in any of the relevant subjects.

NCE & Diploma in Theatre Arts with credit passes in relevant subjects in addition to 5 Credits at SSCE (or its equivalent)

METHOD OF ONLINE APPLICATION

http://adms.run.edu.ng

 
Course Listing
  First Sememter Courses      Second Sememter Courses
100 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH I
  USE OF ENGLISH I
  NIGERIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURE
  INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY AND LOGIC
  STUDY TO SHOW
  INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE
  INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL THEATRE AND DESIGN
  DRAMA AS LITERATURE
  THEATRE PRODUCTION WORKSHOP I
  INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC PERFORMANCE
  INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE THROUGH DRAMA
  INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH II
  USE OF ENGLISH II
  HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
  STUDY TO SHOW
  WORLD THEATRE HISTORY
  INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE PRACTICE
  INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN PERFORMANCES
  INTRODUCTION TO DANCE AND MUSIC THEATRE
  BASIC COMMUNICATION THEORY
  INTRODUCTION TO NIGERIAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
  INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE THROUGH FICTION
  INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
  NIGERIAN HERITAGE
  INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY I
  INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION
  AFRICAN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
  INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY II
  INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN SOCIETIES AND CULTURE
  LITERATURE AND SOCIETY
  INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
200 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE
  STUDY TO SHOW
  FUNDAMENTALS OF PLAYWRITING
  AFRICAN DANCE AND MUSIC FORM
  DRAMA AND SOCIETY
  DANCE KINESIOLOGY
  RUDIMENTS OF MUSIC
  VOICE IMPROVISATION AND ACTING SKILLS
  DRAMA: GENRES AND TECHNIQUES
  PHONETICS II
  RADIO/TV STUDIO OPERATIONS
  ANNOUNCING AND PERFORMANCE
  SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY
  STUDY TO SHOW
  AFRICAN THEATRE HISTORY
  INTRODUCTION TO DRAMATIC LITERATURE AND CRITICISM
  CHILDREN'S THEATRE AND CREATIVE DRAMATICS
  INTRODUCTION TO DIRECTING
  BASIC PRACTICE IN MEDIA ARTS
  THEATRE PRODUCTION WORKSHOP II
  PROSE FICTION: GENRES AND TECHNIQUES
  INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING
  INTRODUCTION TO PRACTICAL CRITICISM II
  INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
  LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY AND CULTURE
  HISTORY OF SOCIAL THOUGHT
  INTRODUCTION TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
  ELEMENTS OF FRENCH GRAMMAR
  INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN LITERATURE
  LANGUAGE CHOICE AND LANGUAGE USE IN SOCIETY
  SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
300 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  THE ENGLISH OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
  ADVANCE PRACTICAL CRITICISM
  WOMEN AND LITERATURE
  THE SOCIOLOGY OF LITERARY EXPRESSION
  ADVANCED LANGUAGE PRACTICE 1
  STUDY TO SHOW
  DRAMATIC THEORY: CRITICISM AND TRADITION
  MYTH AND THE DRAMATIST
  RESEARCH METHOD AND DOCUMENTATION
  THEATRE PRODUCTION WORKSHOP III
  REGIONAL STUDIES IN THEATRE HISTORY: EUROPE AND AMERICA
  DRAMATIC LITERATURE: TRAGEDY AND OTHER TRAGIC FORMS
  SOCIOLOGY OF DRAMA I
  DIRECTING AND STAGE MANAGEMENT:BASIC PRINCIPLES
  ACTING, SPEECH AND RHETORICAL ARTS: CONCEPTUAL STUDY
  DESIGN AND TECHNICAL THEATRE I
  DANCE KINESIOLOGY AND MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
  THEORIES AND PRACTICE OF MUSIC I
  BASIC PLAYWRITING AND PLAYSCRIPT ANALYSIS I
  THEATRE ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT I
  MEDIA ARTS I
  EDUCATIONAL DRAMA/CHILDREN'S THEATRE I
  THEATRE FOR DEVELOPMENT: MODE AND METHODS I
  STUDY TO SHOW
  AFRICAN DRAMA
  SPECIAL AUTHOR
  THEATRE AND FEMINISM
  THEATRE PRODUCTION WORKSHOP IV
  REGIONAL STUDIES IN THEATRE HISTORY: ORIENTAL/BLACK DIASPORA AND OTHER OPTIONS
  DRAMATIC LITERATURE: COMEDY AND OTHER COMIC FORMS
  SOCIOLOGY OF DRAMA II
  DIRECTING AND STAGE MANAGEMENT: BASIC PRACTICE
  ACTING, SPEECH AND RHETORICAL ARTS: INTEGRATED PRACTICE
  DESIGN AND TECHNICAL THEATRE II
  DANCE CHOREOGRAPHY
  THEORIES AND PRACTICE OF MUSIC II
  BASIC PLAYWRITING AND PLAYSCRIPT ANALYSIS II
  THEATRE ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT II
  MEDIA ARTS II
  EDUCATIONAL DRAMA/CHILDREN'S THEATRE: INTEGRATED PARTICIPATION
  THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE
  AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE 1876
  ORAL LITERATURE
  RENAISSANCE AND RESTORATION DRAMA
  CREATIVE WRITING
  CARIBBEAN LITERATURE
  ADVANCED LANGUAGE PRACTICE II
  THEATRE FOR DEVELOPMENT : MODES and METHODS II
400 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  STUDIES IN CRITICISM
  MODERN AFRICAN DRAMA
  AFRICAN TRADITIONS OF ORAL LITERATURE
  STUDIES IN SHAKESPEARE AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES
  MODERN BRITISH POETRY
  POST-COLONIAL LITERATURE
  STUDY TO SHOW
  DRAMATIC THEORY AND CRITICISM
  THEATRE HISTORY: PERIOD STUDY
  WORKSHOP ENSEMBLE I
  DIRECTING OR STAGE MANAGEMENT: ADVANCED PRACTICE I
  ACTING, SPEECH AND RHETORICAL ART: INTENSIVE STUDY
  DESIGN AND TECHNICAL THEATRE/COSTUME AND MAKE-UP:ADVANCED STUDY
  CHOREOGRAPHY: ADVANCE STUDIES
  MUSIC THEATRE
  PLAYWRITING FOR OTHER MEDIA
  THEATRE ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
  MEDIA ARTS: INTENSIVE PRACTICE I
  EDUCATIONAL DRAMA/CHILDREN'S THEATRE
  COMMUNITY THEATRE AND THEATRE DEVELOPMENT
  WOMEN WRITERS IN AFRICA
  ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING
  STUDY TO SHOW
  MODERN NIGERIAN DRAMATISTS
  GENDER STUDIES IN THE THEATRE
  WORSHOP ENSEMBLE II
  DIRECTING OR STAGE MANAGEMENT: ADVANCED PRACTICE II
  ACTING, SPEECH AND RHETORICAL ART: INTENSIVE PRACTICE
  DESIGN & TECHNICAL THEATRE/COSTUME AND MAKEUP: ADVANCE PRACTICE
  CHOREOGRAHY: ADVANCE PRACTICE
  MUSIC THEATRE
  ADAPTATION THEORY
  EVENTS MANAGEMENT
  MEDIA ARTS: INTENSIVE PRACTICE II
  EDUCATIONAL DRAMA/CHILDREN THEATRE: INTENSIVE PRACTICE II
  THEATRE FOR DEVELOPMENT: INDEPENDENT PRACTICE
  LONG ESSAY
 
Key Contact

For further details, please call any of the below contacts;

Head, Department of Theatre Arts
E-mail: info@run.edu.ng

 

 

 
 
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