1. Graduates should attain and demonstrate advanced knowledge of the theatrical production process, theatre history and the historical development of theatrical design, dramatic text analysis, craft skills relevant to their area of concentration, and the expression of artistic intent and/or design skills through research.
  2. Graduates should be able to collaborate with the production team while taking on a leadership role in their area of concentration, organizing appropriate resources to facilitate this process.
  3. Graduates should demonstrate the ability to express their ideas through freehand, digital, and technical methods as they apply to their area of concentration and to communicate their ideas orally in public presentations.
  4. Graduates should demonstrate skills compatible with the working principles and standards of the professional theatre and an understanding of the expectations of the professional community.