Overview

The Concentration in Creative and Performing Arts offers learners the opportunity to develop their creative talents and attain a high tertiary level certification in foundation areas of the performing arts. The programme is structured to provide a holistic training experience comprising much practice in creative production and performance, as well as to provide critical knowledge in other related areas that underpin performance success in creative industries. Learners will do core practical courses in theatre arts, and core courses in the business of the arts including production management. In addition to these specialized offerings, learners will broaden their learning experience with a selection of General Education courses, and a range of personal interest courses that can be done as required electives. The successful graduate of this programme will have the requisite knowledge and practical skills to launch a career in many possible areas of the creative economy, or to gain easy access to higher university or professional level training in the creative and performing arts.

Requirements

Course Schedule

Total Credits: 70
Critical Reading and Writing (GE)
Credits: 4
Mathematical Reading and Writing (GE)
Credits: 3
Introduction to Financial Accounting (PC)
Credits: 3
Introduction to Digital Media (GE)
Credits: 3
Introduction to Creative Industries (GE)
Credits: 3
Principles of Management (PC)
Credits: 3
Speech Self and Society (GE)
Credits: 3
A Survey of Saint Lucian History and Heritage (GE)
Credits: 3
Introduction to Marketing (PC)
Credits: 3
Modern Language (GE)
Credits: 3
Performing Arts Fundamentals (PC)
Credits: 3
A Place of the Arts in the Caribbean Economy (PC)
Credits: 4
Science Design Thinking (GE)
Credits: 3
Ethics and Professional Development (GE)
Credits: 3
Social media and Web Applications (PC)
Credits: 3
Introduction to Project Management (PC)
Credits: 3
Production Management (PC)
Credits: 3
Elective
Credits: 3
Essentials of Business Ownership (PC)
Credits: 3
Digital Marketing (PC)
Credits: 3
Events and Conference Management (PC)
Credits: 3
Elective
Credits: 3
Practicum
Credits: 4

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