Graduate Degree programs in the Department of Theatre are designed to prepare you for a career as a professor or administrator at major colleges and universities throughout the United States or for a career in professional theatre.
MFA Degree Programs
MA Degree Programs (College of Arts and Letters)
MA Arts and Cultural Management
Available Positions for 2018-2019 Academic Year:
We are not currently interviewing candidates for the MFA in Acting. The next round of auditions will be in Spring 2021. Please contact Rob Roznowski for more information. Please do not apply to MSU prior to discussion with the department.
We are CURRENTLY accepting applications for the MFA in Design for the 2019-2020 Academic Year. We will be auditioning at the Chicago U/RTA auditions and at LiNK in Atlanta, GA. Those not attending U/RTA or Link may schedule an interview on MSU's campus. Contact Shannon Schweitzer for more information.
Do NOT apply to the Graduate school until you have spoken to the correct faculty representative.
Application for Graduate Assistantships
The Department of Theatre offers TA positions in:
- Acting: THR 101, THR 110, THR 201, THR 204, THR 330, THR 350 and IAH 241D (Integrative Arts and Humanities)
- Design (Scenery, Costume, Lighting, Sound, Integrated Media) THR 111, THR 211, THR 212, THR 214, THR 216 and THR 219, THR 330 and IAH 241D (Integrative Arts and Humanities)
Appointment length: 9 month FS & SS; 50% time.
Qualifications: Candidate must have a Bachelor's degree including twenty-four credits in Theatre Studies (or professional equivalences). Candidate must be enrolled in good standing in a graduate program in Theatre.
Job Expectations: Assignments include but are not limited to lab supervision, undergraduate mentoring, grading, and independent teaching. Specific qualifications are dependent on the assignment.