The Bachelor's Degree in Theater aims to train professionals in the theatrical area to successfully enter the labor field. From the analysis of the discipline's own problems, it was concluded that the profile of the theater professional should be flexible and open, rather than specialized, covering different activities such as creation, teaching, research and management.

It is worth mentioning that the most important occupational areas in theater are: teaching, stage direction, acting, management, dramaturgy and production. The aforementioned work activities are different, and therefore require specific and differentiated knowledge, attitudes and skills that allow them to develop and successfully carry out their professional activity.

The profile of the theater professional of our degree is flexible and open, rather than specialized, covering different activities such as creation, teaching, research, stage direction, acting, dramaturgy, production and management.

Admission Requirements

  • Completed bachelor's degree or be in the last semester of it.
  • Those required by the Call for the Undergraduate Admission Selection Competition (Department of Student Services and School Management).
  • Submit and pass the psychometric and knowledge exams.
  • Submit and pass the instrument audition and the evaluation of specific knowledge in the area of music.

Applicant’s Profile

  • Criticism, creativity and sensitivity for the development of the performing arts.
  • Interest in performing and practicing artistic activities.
  • Reflection and self-criticism in the exercise of the arts.
  • Responsibility to fulfill the tasks and activities inherent to the academic work.
  • Tolerance and respect for national and foreign ideologies and cultures.
  • Willingness to work as part of a team.

Degree Profile

  • Generate a scenic discourse based on theoretical and technical knowledge of theater to develop ethically and aesthetically their professional practice.
  • Generate reliable information units through responsible research and diligent documentation of the scenic practice, which allow increasing the discipline's collection.
  • Responsibly lead significant learning processes in the field of theater using didactic strategies to strengthen the quality of artistic education.
  • Manage material and financial resources in a responsible manner through the elaboration and presentation of viable projects for artistic development.

Occupational Field

  • Independent creator
  • As an administrator and manager in institutions, companies and cultural centers
  • As a teacher in public or private institutions of theater education
  • As coordinator of projects and/or activities of extension, diffusion
  • conservation and artistic and cultural documentation in public or private institutions.
  • As a theater critic in the mass media.


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Universidad Autónoma de Baja California

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