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Faculty of Humanities: Department of Dramatic Artss
How to Apply
Admissions Process for 2014-15
The Department of Dramatic Arts Invitational
Following your successful application to the The Department of Dramatic Arts (DART) at Brock University candidates are invited to the annual DART Invitational for new applicants.
The Invitational is an admissions process for students interested in entering the Department of Dramatic Arts (DART) at Brock University. Students who receive a conditional offer of admission to the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Dramatic Arts program will be invited to the St. Catharines campus to participate in one of the two DART Invitationals. In 2014 the Invitationals are scheduled for (Saturday) March 29th and May 10th. Offers of admission will be conditional upon successful completion of the DART Invitational.
The DART Invitational is an exciting, full day event of workshops that will introduce you to all facets of theatre study our program offers – from drama in education and applied theatre, to production and design, to performance and theatre praxis. Whereas most drama programs ask you to prepare a classical monologue and give you a two-minute opportunity to “impress the judges,” we will be taking you through a series of workshops, which will allow you to walk away with some introductory skills, as well as an original piece of theatre you’ve created with peers.
Throughout the day’s events, you will have an opportunity to meet some of the program’s faculty and staff, current students, as well as recent graduates of the program. Lunch and snacks will be provided.
Minimum six 4U or 4M level subjects including English 4U.
Strongly recommended subjects: One from 4U history, 4U philosophy, 4U classical studies, or 4U international language. ADA4M would strongly benefit Dramatic Arts applicants.
Mid-70s; co-op 80%
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Students must apply via the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) and be accepted by Brock University. Acceptance is based on grades, meeting prerequisite subject requirements, as well as successfully completing the DART Invitational. Co-op applicants are assessed in the same manner as all other applicants and are not required to submit any supplementary forms. Prospective applicants should refer to the Admissions section of the website at
www.brocku.ca/registrar for details.
Please note that the number of offers of admission we can offer to the program is limited.
*Please note that students may also be required to audition in order to proceed in certain performance courses in their second through fourth years of study.*
Articulated Agreements with Colleges
The Department of Dramatic Arts and the Theatre Arts program of Fanshawe College (London, Ontario) maintain an Articulation Agreement. This degree-completion program awards a maximum of 10.0 credits to applicants with an overall 75% average upon transfer from the 2-year diploma in Theatre Arts Program at Fanshawe College (Performance, THP1).
Randolph Academy and other professional schools and colleges: We are very happy to consider requests for transfers from other programs , or to create degree completion programs that give you credit for courses already taken at other schools. Please note that transfer credits from institutions registered under the Private Career Colleges Act may not be welcomed by other universities and colleges for entry to graduate, post-graduate and education programs. Contact the Chair and the Academic Advisor for more information.