Communication Studies, BA & BS
Develop your communication skills and your understanding of communication theory by majoring in communication studies. All majors must choose between one of the following concentrations:
- Corporate communication prepares students for communication in professional and business settings.
- Interpersonal and public communication equips students to communicate across personal and cultural boundaries.
Theatre Arts, BA & BS
Develop skills in communication, acting, stagecraft and management, and play direction with a major in theatre arts. All students in this major participate in at least two theatre productions each year. Students also direct their own productions, and there are opportunities to be part of Taylor's traveling theatre company. The Bachelor of Arts option requires a foreign language. The Bachelor of Science option pairs communication studies requirements with Taylor's systems curriculum. Learn more about theatre at Taylor.
Musical Theatre, BFA
If you're a serious artist passionate about music, theatre, and dance, consider the BFA in Musical Theatre. Students in this major take classes in all three areas of performance. Musical theatre and lyric theatre performances provide opportunities for students to practice what they've learned in the classroom. Music, dance, and theatre faculty challenge students to take their art to the next level—and engage their Christian faith throughout the process. Potential majors must complete voice, acting, and dance auditions. For more information, contact Tracy Manning.
A concentration in Theatre Arts is also available with a Bachelor of Science in Music
Pair a communication studies minor with any major to strengthen communication skills in both writing and speech.
Develop communication skills for professional and business settings with a corporate communication minor. This minor pairs especially well with business, management, and marketing majors.
Interpersonal and Public Communication
Advance your skills in communicating across personal and cultural boundaries with an interpersonal and public communication minor. This minor pairs well with international studies, social work, and public health majors.
Participate in at least one theatre production each year and take courses on theatre history, acting, and various aspects of stage production to complete requirements for a minor in theatre arts. English, media communication, and art majors are particularly suited to this minor.