At USF, you have the advantage of small class sizes with engaged professors who will give you a personalized education and expose you to a Christian environment centered on service.
The USF Advantage
As a theatre major, you have the opportunity to be involved in numerous on-campus activities including improvisational troupes, annual theatre productions, theatre ministry, the campus radio station KCFS-FM, and Alpha Phi Omega—an honor society for Communication Studies and Theatre majors.
A Communication Studies and Theatre degree from USF prepares students for both immediate career placement and graduate study.
If you have a desire to improve your communication and/or theatre skills and participate in dramatic presentations and speech communication activities, a degree in Communication Studies and Theatre from the University of Sioux Falls will provide you with a firm foundation for your career. With this versatile degree, you will be prepared for teaching, graduate work or a professional career. In addition, our theatre program offers exciting and challenging opportunities, such as main stage productions, experimental theatre, student directed shows and even original scripts. USF students do not just study theatre, they explore it!
Majors and Programs
With a degree in Communication Studies and Theatre, you will be well-prepared to pursue an advanced degree or a wide range of professions.
CoursesWith many Communication Studies and Theatre electives to choose from, you can be the architect of your degree.
FacultyWith a small, supportive department, you get to know your professors on a personal level.
CareersOf USF graduates, 97 percent find employment in their chosen field within six months of graduation.
PerformancesYou'll have countless opportunities to perform in main stage productions, experimental theatre, student directed shows and even original scripts.
Scholarships and Financial AidThanks to an aggressive scholarship program and a variety of financial aid opportunities, your costs for tuition and fees at the University of Sioux Falls may be even less than you would pay at a public university.