Puppet Arts Minor

The Puppet Arts minor provides students with an introduction to the art, history, design and fabrication of puppets and object performance. Through project-based coursework, students will study and practice the core forms of puppet arts from around the world and develop capacities for designing and fabricating new puppets, creating puppet plays, and producing puppet-related projects. Students must complete DRAM 1501 Introduction to World Puppetry plus 12 credits at the 3000-level or above. Appropriate courses will be determined in consultation with and pre-approved by the Puppet Arts Minor Coordinator. Students interested in the minor must meet with the Puppet Arts Minor Coordinator to develop an initial plan of study and fill out and submit the Puppet Arts Minor Declaration Form.

Students must complete a total of at least 15 credits, as follows.


DRAM 1501; Plus 12 credits from the following courses: DRAM 3601, 3602, 3603, 3604, 3605, 3607, 3608, 3609.

The minor is offered by the School of Fine Arts.