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Directing (Master Degree)

The MFA in Directing is designed to prepare the student, through academic and real world opportunities, to work and compete in the professional arena. The director will be trained to be a leader and shaper who is always the mediator working with the production team as the head of the collaborative process.

The program is crafted to balance the academic and literary with professional internships to help ready the MFA candidate for placement in the working market today. The program is hands-on training in the craft of directing working directly with the MFA programs in perf... [Read More]

Acting (Bachelor Degree)

This new undergraduate program of study is designed for students interested in pursuing a professional career on the stage and screen. It offers conservatory-style training for the serious acting student in all aspects of performance including professional actor training, camera training for film and television as well as voice, movement and speech training with a special emphasis on all styles of acting. Admission is by audition only. The program is lead by UNLV&,#146,s distinguished faculty with professional careers in the acting industry.

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Water Resource Management (Master Degree)

The Water Resources Management (WRM) program is a flexible, interdisciplinary course of study leading to a Master of Science degree. It is a technically and scientifically based program that blends the physical aspects of the hydrologic sciences with policy and management issues. Students enter the program from a wide variety of undergraduate programs, then take classes and conduct research with faculty in the Colleges of: Sciences, Business, Urban Affairs, Engineering, and Liberal Arts at UNLV, plus the Boyd School of Law and the Desert Research Institute.

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Transportation (Master Degree)

The Master of Science in Transportation degree program is terminal in nature and oriented toward the practice of transportation science, with emphasis on the planning and operations aspects of transportation systems. It is intended for applicants who have backgrounds in areas other than engineering or closely related disciplines, and who either presently work for or aspire to work for transportation agencies or firms.

Theatre (Master Degree)

The theatre department&,#146,s Master of Arts program is designed to deepen the student&,#146,s knowledge and understanding of the theatre. Focus is on developing strong research skills culminating in completion of a thesis and reading list. A minimum of 31 semester hours of credit (12 are electives) approved by student&,#146,s advisor and student&,#146,s committee are required.

Technology Commercialization (Bachelor Degree)

Learning Objectives
•Improve, encourage, and foster an individual&,#146,s ability to communicate ideas and designs, as they pertain to entrepreneurship and product creation, with a variety of audiences.
•Develop and give students an understanding of the economic background at both a business level and on a global scale, and how these principles and concepts affect and shape the design/build and implementation process.
•Expose students to the business side of product development as a way of marrying technical and business skills in future post-graduation endeavors... [Read More]

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