Master of Theatre Studies in Production and Design
Application and Fee Information
The program limits the number of new participants each year. You must be currently teaching theatre at the high school or community college level and must have taught theatre for at least two years (you may apply during your second year of teaching).
Application deadline is January 16, 2017 (postmarked).
Consult the SOU Graduate Admissions webpage; complete and submit the SOU graduate application form along with the TBD application fee, and all official college and university transcripts.
Financial Aid is applicable to the Program. Aid applicants should complete the 2016-2017 FAFSA for Summer 2017. Please observe the FAFSA filing deadlines to ensure you will be eligible for summer assistance.
Concurrently submit the following documents via email or US postal service to Joanna Steinman, Graduate Program Specialist, Southern Oregon University Graduate Office, 1250 Siskiyou Blvd, CS 210, Ashland OR 97520
- Professional resume
- Theatrical resume (including your theatre experience and background)
- Three letters of professional reference that assess your teaching and/or theatre production experience.
- A one to two page statement of purpose describing your reasons for applying and how the program will support your educational philosophy, professional goals and the goals you have for your theatre program.
Completed application packets will be reviewed by Theatre Program faculty and the SOU Admissions Office staff. All applicants will receive official notification of their acceptance status by mid March 2016. Accepted applicants will also receive the following:
- Program commitment form
- New applicant survey
- Program assignment sheet
- Program invoice for $500 nonrefundable deposit (applicable to program tuition and fees)
The commitment form, applicant survey, class registration form and deposit must be delivered to Dr. Levin
by April 3, 2017.
You will be billed by SOU Business Services for your tuition and housing.
Questions? Check out our FAQ page.
*2017 Fees -
|TBD||for summer 2017 *|
|TBD||for course materials and tickets to plays|
Application fee due
|TBD||Must accompany SOU graduate application|
Deposit (Nonrefundable): $500 due April 3, 2017, with program commitment form and summary after receiving acceptance documents.
*The tuition and fees listed above apply to one summer (12 credits) only. Financial Aid is applicable to the Program. Aid applicants should complete the 2016-2017 FAFSA for Summer 2017. For more Financial Aid information, see below.
2017 Two-week program housing and meal plan charges
|2017 Single Room:||TBD|
|2017 Meal Plan:||TBD|
|16 nights lodging and 48 meals|
2017 Elective one-week course tuition and course fees
|2017 Elective Course:||Dramaturgy||Puppetry||Vectorworks|
2017 elective one-week course housing charges
After May 31, 2017, no refunds will be processed for canceled Housing or Meal Plans.
ed Housing or Meal Plans.
Dramaturgy, Puppetry, and Vectorworks
Single Room: TBD
18 Meals: TBD
|6 nights lodging with 18 meals|
Additional nights of Lodging May be reserved at $TBD each, single accommodation; no meals will be available.
For more information on the Elective courses housing/meals, application and fees, see the Elective sections
In order to receive financial aid for summer 2017, you must fill out the FAFSA for the 2016-2017 year. YOU MUST FILE ACCORDING TO FAFSA DEADLINES. Summer is the final term of the 2016-2017 year. This will determine if you are eligible for financial aid and, if eligible, the amount of aid you qualify to receive. You also must also be admitted as an SOU graduate student. Since this is a master's program, only federal loans (not direct grants) are available. Alternative loans (loans that the Oregon University system gives to students) may also be available. Information about financial aid and the FAFSA is located on the financial aid website. Money is dispersed in late June.
Questions? Check out our FAQ page.