Performing Arts

Acting BA

Curriculum 2022-2023

Learning outcomes

Student develops knowledge in the field of acting. As such, student:
  • Understands the field’s different stylistic approaches.
  • Has engaged with appropriate styles and methodology within his/her field of art during his/her time of study.
  • Has gained professional awareness of his/her body as a vehicle for creating art.
  • Comprehends and recognizes the importance of consistent practice within the field of art.
  • Knows the theories, concepts and methods of the performing arts.
  • Has acquired broad knowledge and understanding of the actor’s profession.
  • Possesses knowledge and understanding with regards to the performing arts, their history and contemporary state.
  • Understands the potential and limits offered by the medium of the performing arts, as well as its common ground with other branches of art and sub-cultures.
  • Knows how to look for and identify information and resources, and understands the basics of search and information technology.
  • Knows the methods of the most prominent theorists of dramatic interpretation.
Student can use methods and approaches of the art form. That means that the student:
  • Can make decisions and support these with arguments based on the professional practice of the performing arts.
  • Can make decisions and support these with arguments based on the professional practice of the performing arts.
  • Demonstrates technical skill in voice projection, physical expression and song.
  • Has developed intellectual openness and originality that can be applied to his/her course of study and profession,
  • Can independently assess the methods used within the performing arts.
  • Demonstrates a critical approach in the analysis of subject matter.
  • Has acquired a critical perspective on his/her own work, and that of others.
  • Has cultivated his/her powers of imagination for creative autonomy, and developed professional working methods and bold resolutions,
  • Can identify the need for information, has the skill to gather it, assess its value, and utilize appropriately.
Student can take full advantage of the knowledge developed and skills gained during the studies. This means that the student:
  • Can use his/her knowledge and comprehension to create art.
  • Can present an artistic idea, develop it, and convey a fully realized piece of work.
  • Can actively engage in artistic collaboration on varying levels and from different perspectives.
  • Can participate in-group work on an equal basis, consider different perspectives and respectfully listen to others
  • Can profit from supervision and process comments and suggestions to the benefit of his/her artistic work
  • Is able to clearly express and communicate his/her ideas, subject matter and conclusions, both in written and oral form
  • Has acquired skill and endurance in the live performance of his/her art
  • Is able to combine technique, expression and creativity in live performance,
  • Uses his/her role to successfully convey his/her artistic ideas to spectators
  • Is able to set objectives, make project outlines and follow through with these, both individually and as member of a group
  • Has developed self-discipline and independent working methods that can be applied to further studies or professional activities
  • Has the insight to approach his/her field’s concerns in a distinctive manner
  • Possesses basic knowledge of the actor’s professional environment, and is able to further develop his/her skills and knowledge
  • Has acquired the habit of self-criticism, and is able to use it mindfully in the artistic process
A Applied Professional Knowledge
S Studio Practices
T Technical Practices
TH Theory
E Elective Course
MC Mandatory Course
ME Mandatory Elective Course

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Study Structure

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