Students can complete Drama courses at GPRC that will meet their first and/or second year Drama Major or Drama Minor requirements for BA, BEd, BFA degrees, depending on the university program they transfer to and which courses are offered at GPRC in any given year. Students intending to complete a BFA with the U of A must consult with an advisor prior to course selection. Students are encouraged to consult with an advisor in Student Services at GPRC, the GPRC Drama Instructor, and with the receiving institution to determine the combination of courses that will serve them best.
Drama courses are of benefit to students considering careers in business, education, recreation, social work, politics, nursing, music, theatre, and film.
- Junior English (3 credits)
- Language other than English (6 credits) (if required) or Options (6 credits)
- Options (12 credits) second Junior English recommended
Refer to the Universities Calendar or consult with an Academic Advisor in Student Services for second year course selection.
*Drama majors at the University of Alberta register for Drama 103 and 150. Students transferring to the University of Alberta with DR1020 and DR1490 cannot take Drama 103 or 150 for credit, therefore, will be considered to have satisfied the 103/150 requirements for Drama.
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in Drama, should consult with an Academic Advisor prior to course registration.