The Stagecraft and Event Technology Diploma Program provides pre-employment training, upgrading and transferability for students interested in a career within the entertainment industry. The program provides a combination of academic and practical experience with courses in stage lighting, audio techniques, set painting, computer assisted drafting, multimedia technology, stage management and stagecraft for TV and film.
|THEA 1130||History of Theatre I||3|
|any ENGL, CMNS, CRWR||Elective||3|
|STGE 1100||Drafting for Stage||2|
|STGE 1110||Safety (5 weeks)||1|
|STGE 1112||Stage Lighting||2|
|STGE 1180||Production Techniques||3|
|STGE 1202||Set painting||2|
|THEA 1230||History of Theatre II||3|
|STGE 1106||Set Construction||2|
|STGE 1222||Introduction to Costume (5 weeks)||1|
|STGE 1220||Stage Management (5 weeks)||1|
|STGE 1260||Introduction to CAD||2|
|STGE 1280||Production Techniques||3|
|STGE 1212||Stage Lighting||2|
|STGE 2200||Lighting Software (5 weeks)||1|
|STGE 2210||Design Explorations (5 weeks)||1|
|STGE 2311||Audio Techniques I||2|
|STGE 2380||Production Techniques||5|
|STGE 2306||Set Construction||2|
|STGE 2400||Lighting Control Systems (5 weeks)||1|
|STGE 2410||Multimedia Technology (5 weeks)||1|
|STGE 2420||Special Events (5 weeks)||1|
|either STGE 2430||Stagecraft for Film/TV||2|
|or STGE 2302||Set Painting||2|
|STGE 2440||Work Experience||2|
|STGE 2480||Production Techniques||5|
Graduates of this program have gone on to work in a wide variety of settings, including traditional theatre; opera; film and TV; sales and service companies; cruise ships; concert touring; events and festivals; and museums.
Program Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this program and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the program, consider the previous version as the applicable version.
When offered a full-time seat in this program a non-refundable, non-transferable $350 tuition deposit is required.