Career and Academic Opportunities

Bachelor of Arts in Theater and Performance Studies students pursuing a Double Owl with the Norman J Radow College of the Humanities and Social Sciences Master of Arts in Professional Writing will be equipped with more indepth knowledge and experience to pursue more advanced post-graduate studies and career opportunities than those afforded with a solitary BA. This path should be particularly appealing to students wishing to pursue writing as a professional career or part of future career.

Salary and Career Information

KSU Theatre and Performance Studies BA / Professional Writing, MA Students at desk with teacher assisting them
  • Admission Requirements

    Double Owl Admission Requirements 
    • 60 credit hours towards degree
    • 18 credit hours in residence at KSU
    • 3.00 KSU GPA
    Double Counted Courses Include

    Students may select three (3) from the list below to count for Upper-Level Related Studies courses:

    • PRWR 6240
    • PRWR 6410
    • PRWR 6480
    • PRWR 6800
    • PRWR 6255
    • PRWR 6440   
    • PRWR 6520
    • PRWR 6850
    • PRWR 6260
    • PRWR 6455  
    • PRWR 6550
    • PRWR 6490
    • PRWR 6300  
    • PRWR 6460    
    • PRWR 6570
    • PRWR 6495
    • PRWR 6400
    • PRWR 6470  
    • PRWR 6650
    • PRWR 6496
Graduate Admission Requirements

Suggested Timeline

Apply to Double Owl early in Junior year. Apply to Graduate Program in Senior Year by posted graduate program deadline.  Students can be identified in Sophomore year and early Junior year (i.e., once students meet -- or are close to meeting --- credit hour and other requirements).  

Sample Academic Plan Apply
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Contact Information

Undergraduate Information

Undergraduate Degree
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Performance Studies

Department / College
Theatre and Performance Studies / College of the Arts
Chastain Point Building, Room 302B

Advising Contact
Kate Golder, Advisor

Graduate Information

Graduate Degree
Master of Arts in Professional Writing

Department / College
English / Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences
English Building, Room 155D

Advising Contact
Aaron Levy, Program Director