Earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre at Lindenwood University
The BFA in acting program prepares you for a performance career in theatre, film, and television. Within this program, you will develop as an artist through a progression of rigorous and experimental technique studios, voice and physical training, and applied practices.
The BFA in acting requires 78 credit hours and a minimum grade of C in a series of courses emphasizing acting and stage topics. You will also study using your voice as a tool and work on several productions.
An audition and/or interview is required for admission into the Lindenwood Bachelor of Fine Arts theatre programs. If you wish to pursue a BFA program and do not or cannot audition and interview prior to enrollment, you will only be allowed to declare a Bachelor of Arts in theatre major. You must complete an audition and interview and be accepted into the BFA program. The BA in theatre program does not require an audition and interview. Learn about the audition process.
What you can do with a degree in acting from Lindenwood University
When you have a B.F.A. in acting from Lindenwood University, you will develop skills that not only apply to acting but to a variety of careers! Some possible career opportunities with a degree in this field include: Arts Administrator, Broadcast Presenter, Film Director, Higher Education Teacher, Secondary School Teacher, and a Theater Manager.