The Degree in Performing Arts, as an official degree, consists of 240 ECTS credits, which are equivalent to a minimum period of 4 years.

UdG link of the study plan (with subjects codes)

 

When finalizing their studies one of the requirements to obtain the title of the Degree in Performing Arts is to attain the knowledge level of B2.1 in the English language.

1st COURSE

SubjectTACr
Dramatic Literature I: From the beginning to the Middle AgesB8
Dramatic Literature II: From the Modern Age to the present dayB8
Dramatic Theories I: from Greco-Roman to RenaissanceB6
Acting Skills: Reproduction of the Human Being’s behavior (Scene intepretation)B9
Acting Skills: Voice and SingingB9
Stage Creative Project I. (Starting to know your body)OB10
Stage Creative Project II. Text (Staging)OB10

2nd COURSE

SubjectTACr
Dramatic Theories II: From baroque to the present dayB6
Theatrical Dramaturgy (Theatrical writing)B8
Scenography bases. (Scenographic)B6
Acting Skills: DanceOB9
Acting Skills: Body Language (Understanding of the body skills)OB9
Stage Creative Project III: Musical theater (Musical staging)OB15
Contemporary Cultural Expressions: (Artistic manifestations of the second half of the 20th century - Today)OB7

3rd COURSE

SubjectTACr
Stage Creative Project IV: Audiovisual ProductionOB15
Audiovisual Dramaturgy (Television and film screenplay)OB9
Emerging Technologies Applied to the Stage (New Stage Technologies)OB6

4th COURSE

SubjectTACr
Performing Arts Management and ProductionOB9
Complementary seminarsOB20
InternshipOB10
Final Degree ProjectOB15
Academic RecognitionOB6

*Of these electives students have to make four during the third course and two during the fourth course

OPTIONAL

SubjectTACr
Direction of actorsOP6
Stage direction: Methodology and project developmentOP6
Public Spaces PerformanceOP6
Stage performance: human behaviorOP6
Stage performance: Dance IIOP6
Stage performance: Body languageOP6
Stage performance: Voice IIOP6
Audiovisual technologiesOP6
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