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B.S. Entertainment Production

The Entertainment Production program focuses on professional design concepts, technologies, and management skills for the event and entertainment industry. This program is designed to educate students in the knowledge and skills that create the visual, lighting, projection, show control technology, designing and constructing sets, audio and special effects that audiences have come to expect in performances, venues and entertainment. Our primary venue for experiential learning is the Gracie Theatre.  The Entertainment Production program can prepare students for positions in theatres, concert and athletic venues, cruise ships and trade shows that now feature theatrical effects to grab the attention of the audience.

General education requirements
CM 100Speech3
EH 123Rhetoric and Composition I3
EH 124Rhetoric and Composition II3
EH 200Approaches to Literature3
HE 111The Husson Experience ***1
HY 211American National Government3
HY 301The 20th Century3
MS 141Contemporary College Algebra4
MS 132Probability and Statistics3
PY 111General Psychology3
Fine Arts Elective3
Foreign Culture and Conversation Elective3
Humanities Electives3
Lab Science Elective3-4
Open Electives6
Professional Courses
CT 121Computer Applications for Digital Media3
EP 111Introduction to Theatre3
EP 112Stagecraft Practicum *2
EP 118Entertainment Safety 3
EP 122Event Design & Technology I 3
EP 122LEvent Design & Technology I Lab2
EP 124Scenic Construction3
EP 124LScenic Construction lab2
EP 131Fundamentals of Stage Lighting3
EP 210Audio for Event Management3
EP 221Computer Aided Drafting/3D Visualization3
EP 225History of Theatre3
EP 240Production Management3
EP 310Business of Theatre3
EP 322Entertainment Design and Technology II3
EP 322LEntertainment Design & Technology II Lab2
EP 440Theatre Management Practicum3
or EP 441 Design and Technical Practicum
EP 448Final Portfolio Review 3
MC 101Introduction to Media3
MC 301Career Preparation1
MC 400Ethics in Media3
MC/CT/EP Elective18
Total Hours122-123
First Year
FallHoursSpringHours
EH 1233EP 1113
EP 1183CT 1213
EP 122
122L
5EH 1243
MC 1013HY 2113
HE 111***1MS 1414
 15 16
Second Year
FallHoursSpringHours
EH 2003CM 1003
EP 1121EP 2213
EP 124
124L
5EP 2403
EP 1313PY 1113
MS 1323Lab Science Elective3-4
 15 15-16
Third Year
FallHoursSpringHours
EP 1121EP 2103
EP 2253EP 322
322L
5
HY 3013MC/CT/EP Elective3
MC/CT/EP Elective3EP 440 or 4413
Open Elective3 
Foreign Culture and Conversation Elective3 
 16 14
Fourth Year
FallHoursSpringHours
EP 3103EP 4483
MC 4003MC 3011
MC/CT/EP Elective3MC/CT/EP Elective3
Fine Arts Elective3MC/CT/EP Elective3
MC/EP/CT Elective3Open Elective3
 Humanities Elective3
 15 16
Total Hours: 122-123
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 Must be taken twice

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 Credit may not be required for degree completion.