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1 Transfer Pathway for Theatre Theatre (MnSCU Transfer Pathway) AA-P or AFAP Date Developed: Spring 2016 Date Approved: May 6, 2016 Date for campus preparation/implementation: Date program available to students: Fall 2017 Date to be reviewed: Spring 2022 INTRODUCTION The purpose of a Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) transfer pathway is to identify the courses a student at a two-year college completes as part of an associate degree with a guarantee. Transfer Pathway associate degrees (AA-P, AS-P, or AFAP) are accepted at any MnSCU university that offers a designated bachelor s degree. The university guarantees that a student transfers in to a designated bachelor s program junior standing and may complete the within an additional 60 credits. DEVELOPMENT OF THE PATHWAY The transfer pathway was developed by a transfer pathway team (TPT) composed of faculty, staff, and administrators. Midway through the development process, a proposed pathway was vetted through a process including a discipline stakeholders meeting and the opportunity to provide feedback through a survey. The final pathway was approved by the transfer pathways coordinating team (TPCT) and made available to the campuses for implementation.

2 Transfer Pathway for Theatre Theatre (MnSCU Transfer Pathway) AA-P or AFAP Overview In accordance with the Laws of Minnesota 2015, Chapter 5, Article 3, Section 21 all Minnesota State Colleges and Universities agree to the following principles governing the transfer pathways for baccalaureate degrees. This transfer pathway specifically ensures that a student who successfully completes an Associate of Arts (AA-P) or Associate of Fine Arts (AFAP) in Theatre can transfer the full degree into a parallel baccalaureate degree program in Theatre at a MnSCU university. This transfer pathway in AA-P, AFAP in Theatre, Theatre Performance, and Theatre Production and Design will transfer to the following majors: At Metropolitan State University: Theater, B.A. At Minnesota State University, Mankato: Theatre, B.A. Theatre, B.S. At Minnesota State University, Moorhead: Theatre Arts, B.A. At Southwest Minnesota State University: Theatre Arts, B.A. At St. Cloud State University: Theatre, B.A. At Winona State University: Theatre Arts, B.A. Transfer Pathways will: I. Be associate degrees, comprised of 60 semester credits, excluding any required developmental or remedial courses, or career, technical or applied courses. All prerequisite courses are included in the 60. II. Meet all lower division major content and competency requirements needed to prepare students to enroll in the major at the university. III. Identify and require inclusion of pre-requisite courses, including the designation of Minnesota Transfer Curriculum courses, as needed. IV. Include lower division experiential learning activities required by direct entry university students. Examples include but are not limited to: service-learning, internships, undergraduate research etc. V. Encompass 9 credits of the major s specific coursework as outlined in this transfer pathway.

3 Responsibilities of the Associate Degree Institutions (Colleges) a. The AA-P, AFAP leading to a parallel baccalaureate degree will include the minimum number of credits and competencies of major-specific coursework as defined in the transfer pathway. Institutional partnerships may be necessary in order to offer all courses at a college. b. By awarding the transfer pathway AA-P, AFAP, the degree granting institution is validating that the student has met the competency requirements outlined in the transfer pathway. c. The associate degree institution will publish the transfer pathway at a minimum in the catalog and on the website. Responsibilities of the Baccalaureate Degree Institutions (Universities) d. The baccalaureate degree institution will recognize all competencies attained within the transfer pathway AA-P, AFAP degree and accept the transfer student who has earned the transfer pathway associate degree with full junior standing. e. For open-enrollment majors, students will be accepted into a parallel baccalaureate degree program as long as enrollment capacity is available. f. Transfer and direct entry students will be treated in the same manner with regard to university policy and procedure including, admission to the university major, minimum GPA and course work grade requirements. For example: The transfer of coursework with a grade less than a C (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) in the AA-P, AFAP transfer pathway will be consistent with the policies of direct entry students at the university. g. The baccalaureate degree institution will publish the designated bachelor degrees associated with the transfer pathway at a minimum in the catalog and on the website. Transfer Appeal Process h. Each bachelor degree institution shall have a procedure through which a transfer student can appeal a decision that he/she believes is not consistent with this transfer pathway. i. The transfer appeal process shall be published, at a minimum, in the institution s information (catalog, website). REQUIRED Major-Specific Content Areas (**) Under this transfer pathway, a fully-transferable associate degree in the field of Theatre must include competencies from a minimum of three primary discipline content areas and represent a minimum of 9 major credits: 1. Major Specific Content area a. Theatre & Its Elements - 3credits b. Text Analysis 3 credits

4 c. Practical Application at least 2 credits 2. Program Specific Content Area a. Performance 3 credits b. Stagecraft 3 credits c. Theatre Electives 6-9 credits Major Specific Content Areas Required Theatre & Its Elements 3 credits Text Analysis 3 credits Practical Application at least 2 credits Program Specific Content Areas - Required Performance 3 credits Stagecraft 3 credits Theatre Electives 6-9 credits Required MnTC Courses Transfer Criteria Successful completion of course(s) addressing the required competencies in the transfer pathway for theatre. Student must obtain a grade of C or better in each course. Transfer Criteria Successful completion of at least 3 and no more than 6 credits. Student must obtain a grade of C or better in each course. Successful completion of courses such that the total number of credits within the discipline is no fewer than 20, which may include either of the above courses. Student must obtain a grade of C or better in each course. An Associate of Fine Arts degree in Theatre Arts requires completion of the entire Minnesota Transfer Curriculum with a minimum of 40 credits. Colleges may specify particular courses to fulfill MNTC goal areas.

5 Transfer Pathway for Theatre Competencies for Preparation in the Theatre 1. Theatre and Its Elements Competencies (3 credits) Coursework in this content area will develop a student s knowledge of: 1. The social and historic context of the theatre, including exploration of the history and evolution of theatre ritual performance, and other cultural expression. 2. The elements of performance and of different theatre spaces. 3. The roles and duties of different theatre artists involved in a production. 4. Theatrical criticism. 5. Dramatic text and literature and the analysis of such pieces. 6. Live theatre by experiencing the theatre arts in practice and engaging with theatre artists. Upon successfully completing this coursework, students will be able to: 1. Articulate the ways in which theatre has evolved and has been an integral part of culture and society throughout history, and how theatre has been shaped by and has shaped the culture and society in which it was created. 2. Analyze, research and evaluate dramatic literature both by reading scripts and by viewing performances; and understand the influences each particular society has on the playwrights and major themes within their work. 3. Define and analyze performance elements, different theatre spaces, and the various collaborators needed for a theatrical production, including producers, directors, designers, actors, technicians, etc. 4. Evaluate and articulate an informed response to live theatre productions, utilizing knowledge and skills gained. 2. Text Analysis Competencies (3 credits) Coursework in this content area will develop a student s knowledge of: 1. Dramatic literature from varying eras and cultures. 2. Literary elements as they are used in drama, such as plot structure, genre, subtext, conflict, etc. 3. Analytical approaches to drama as text and performance. 4. The cultural and historical context of selected dramatic literature. 5. The role of drama as a cultural, historical, political or personal artifact. 6. Critical writing in response to drama. 7. Elements of production for selected plays.

6 Upon successfully completing this coursework, students will be able to: 1. Use appropriate theatre terminology to analyze a script to identify elements such as genre, conflict, plot structure, units/beats, subtext, theme, style, social context, etc. through oral and/or written responses. 2. Describe how theatre conventions and the social and historical context of drama are shaped by the culture and time in which it was written. 3. Analyze and interpret plays from diverse cultures and time periods using different perspectives, such as actor, designer, or director. 4. Read or view a play and use appropriate theatre terminology to express an informed personal, critical reaction to the text or to the particular elements of a specific production, including its classification of dramatic structure, genre, and style as well as the ways in which the performers and designers may have interpreted the playwright s intent. 3. Practical Application Competencies (at least 2 credits; 50 hours per credit) Practical work in this content area will develop a student s knowledge of: 1. The roles and duties of different theatre artists and collaborators involved in a production. 2. The elements of performance and of different theatre spaces and theatrical styles. 3. The communication skills needed to work in the elements of performance such as cooperation, collaboration, respect and responsibility. 4. Implementation of theory and physical practice in performance, design or management of theatrical work. 5. Various production techniques. Upon successfully completing this coursework, students will be able to: 1. Identify the roles and duties of different theatre artists involved in a production. 2. Understand the elements of performance and of different theatre spaces and theatrical styles. 3. Work collaboratively within a theatrical production process with professional decorum and respect. 4. Draw information from a written text to determine artistic and aesthetic choices used to interpret and communicate the writer/creator's vision. 5. Identify and utilize specific tools and methods of theatrical actors, designers, technicians or managers. 6. Apply imagination and personal aesthetic to the interpretation of a publicly presented theatrical work.

7 4. Performance Competencies (3 credits) Coursework in this content area will develop a student s knowledge of: 1. The skills needed to work in the elements of performance such as cooperation, respect, responsibility, and collaboration. 2. Use of the voice and body in performance. 3. Imagination and application of a specific approach to the art of acting 4. Performance skills and techniques Upon successfully completing this coursework, students will be able to: 1. Work collaboratively with professional decorum and respect. 2. Identify and apply vocal and movement skills in order to communicate freely and expressively. 3. Apply specific techniques and critiques in order to create an expressive performance. 4. Use performance skills and techniques to create a performance or presentation of a theatrical work, such as a monologue, scene, play, and/or other expressive pieces. 5. Use the skills of observation, aesthetic and analysis to create an informed critique of a theatrical work. 6. Engage with live theatre and theatre artists to experience and understand theatre arts in practice. 5. Stagecraft Competencies (3 credits) Coursework in this content area will develop a student s knowledge of: 1. The safe use of common materials, fabrication tools, and theatrical equipment. 2. Common theatrical production techniques. 3. The elements of theatrical design as they apply to the concepts and meanings of a script. 4. Various roles in a collaborative theatrical production and how to communicate effectively within these roles. Upon successfully completing this coursework, students will be able to: 1. Safely use common materials, fabrication tools, and theatrical equipment for the desired effect of theatrical design. 2. Implement common theatrical production techniques. 3. Describe the elements of theatrical design as they apply to the concepts and meanings of a script. 4. Identify the effectiveness of each member s role in a collaborative theatrical production. 5. Communicate effectively within a collaborative theatrical production. 6. Contribute to the overall outcome of theatrical production.

8 Community College Theatre AA/AFA 60 Credits Semester One (15 Credits) Semester Two (15 Credits) Communication Goal 1 (3) Communication Goal 1 (3) Natural Sciences Goal 3 (3) Stagecraft TRANSFER (3) Theatre and Its Elements TRANSFER (3) ELECTIVE (3) CC Chooses Performance TRANSFER (3) Mathematical/Logical Reasoning Goal 4 (3) History & the Social/Behavioral Sciences Humanities Goal 6 (3) Goal 5 (3) Semester Three (14 Credits) Semester Four (16 Credits) Practical Application TRANSFER(1) Practical Application TRANSFER (1) Ethical and Civic Responsibility Goal 9 (3) ELECTIVE (3) CC Chooses ELECTIVE (3) CC Chooses as needed Human Diversity Goal 7 (3) Natural Sciences Goal 3 (4) Text Analysis TRANSFER (3) History & the Social/Behavioral Sciences Goal 5 (3) Global Perspective Goal 8 (3) People and the Environment Goal 10 (3) University Theatre BA 60 Credits Semester Five (16 Credits) Semester Six (16 Credits) Fundamentals of Directing (3) Theatre History I (3) Practical Application (1) Practical Application (1) Theatre Elective (lower division) (3) Theatre Elective (upper division) (3) Theatre Elective (upper division) (3) General Elective (3) General Elective (4) General Elective (upper division) (4) General Elective (upper division) (2) Semester Seven (16 Credits) Semester Eight (12 Credits) Careers/Portfolio (1) Theatre History II (3) Theatre Elective (upper division) (3) Theatre Elective (upper division) (3) Practical Application (1) Theatre Elective (upper division) (3) General Elective (upper division) (3) General Elective (4) General Elective (upper division) (3) General Elective (upper division) (4) General Elective (upper division) (2) Credit Breakdown MnTC Electives at Community College 40 Direct Transfer Theatre CC Courses 14 Elective Theatre CC Courses 6 Lower Division University Theatre Credits 9 Upper Division Theatre Credits 22 Four-Year General Electives 11 Four-Year General Electives Upper Division 18 TOTAL 120

9 Transfer Pathway Revision and Assessment 1. Once a statewide transfer pathway has been approved, no amendments to the agreement will be considered within the initial six (6) months of the transfer pathway. After that time, an institution may send a proposed amendment to the TPCT for review. 2. Any amendment to the approved pathway must be forwarded to the TPCT. If the TPCT determines the change to be substantive, they will recall the discipline TPT for review. If the amendment is not substantive, the TPCT will have at least thirty (30) days to review, comment and approve or deny the proposed amendments. a. The TPCT will exercise the responsibility for monitoring the effectiveness of the transfer pathway and its implementation. b. The system office shall collect data annually from the institutions that will enable the TPCT to assess the effectiveness of the transfer pathways in fostering a seamless transfer process and the academic success of the transfer students at the senior institutions. 3. Institutional Resolution of Disputes a. In the event that an associate degree institution considers the decision of a bachelor degree institution to be inconsistent with this transfer pathway, the associate degree institution shall consult directly with the bachelor degree institution and attempt to resolve the matter. b. If the institutions are unable to resolve the issue, the associate degree institution may submit their concern to the system office. The system office will act according to the policies and procedures developed as part of the statewide transfer pathways to baccalaureate degree. The determination made by the system office will be binding upon the parties. 4. Implementation Date and Availability a. Having fulfilled the requirements outlined in the transfer pathway to baccalaureate degree, students transferring with an AA-P, or AFAP from a participating institution will be considered by the receiving baccalaureate institution to have received adequate preparation in the field of study at the foundation level and therefore eligible to transfer as a junior into advanced major coursework. b. Participating institutions will enact the transfer pathway in accordance to the timeline outlined by the TPCT, but no later than fall 2017 or 2018 (depending upon the transfer pathway). c. Continuation of the agreement remains in effect until such time as all cooperating institutions of the statewide transfer pathways to baccalaureate degree finally approve any revisions. 5. Maintenance of the Transfer Pathway a. The pathways will be reviewed by the discipline TPT every five years for validity. b. If major changes develop in the discipline curriculum, a review may occur sooner than five years.

10 GLOSSARY OF TERMS Advanced Coursework: Courses with advanced depth of content knowledge in the field of study and carry the expectation of more complex competencies identified in the expected student learning outcomes is referred to as advanced coursework. These courses often have prerequisites and are usually beyond the Introduction to or Foundation of level. Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS) Degree, Associate of Fine Arts (AFA) Degree: A degree consisting of at least 60 college-level credits and designed for transfer into a baccalaureate degree program. Career, Technical or Applied Courses: Courses that are part of a career degree that are very specific and normally do not have an equivalent course at the university. Competency: Includes knowledge, skills, and demonstrated abilities the student develops from studying the required coursework and engaging in the experiential learning experiences of the degree. Content: Specific topic areas and depth of instruction of the topic areas that need to be addressed for the student to be successful upon transfer. The content should align with competencies and be delineated in the agreement. Designated Baccalaureate Degree: A bachelor degree program in a comparable field of study and with similar foundation-level major-specific competencies determined to be the receiving degree program for the transfer pathway (AA-P, AS-P, AFAP) associate degree program. Direct Entry Student: A student who entered a given college or university without first matriculating at another college. Foundation Coursework (Core/Beginning): Courses at a level of comprehension usually associated with freshman and sophomore students and typically offered during the first half of a baccalaureate degree program. Such coursework typically does not have course prerequisites or if they do, it is a lower division course. MnTC Framework: The number of credits and goal areas required for each associate degree type: AA 40 credits and 10 goal areas; AS/AS-P 30 credits and 6 goal areas; AFA/AFAP Theatre - 40 credits and 10 goal areas; AFA/AFAP Music - 30 credits and 6 goal areas; AFA/AFAP Art and all others 24 credits and 6 goal areas. Parallel Baccalaureate Degree: A bachelor degree program in a comparable field of study and with similar foundation-level major-specific competencies as an associate degree program. Pathway(s): The aligning of curriculum between institutions of higher education to ensure the efficient and effective movement of students among those institutions. Receiving Institution: The college or university where a transfer student plans to enroll and to apply previously earned credit toward a degree program. Transfer: The process by which a student moves from one postsecondary institution to another. Also refers to the mechanics of credit, course and curriculum exchange between institutions.

11 Transfer Credit: The credit granted by a college or university for college-level courses or other academic work completed at another institution. Transfer Student: A student who enters a participating college or university after earning college-level credit at another college or university.

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