LEARNING OUTCOMES

After completion all of the virtual scene shop workshops students will: 

  • Demonstrate the ability to follow safety practicesand procedures in a scene shop and stage environment. 

  • Demonstrate the ability to safelyand correctlyuse a variety of toolsand other hardwarerelated to theatrical construction and creation.

  • Demonstrate the basic ability to read, understandand interprettheatrical technical drawings.  

  • Demonstrate the abilitycreateaccurate theatrical technical drawings.

  • Demonstrate an understandingof the principles and practices associated with theatrical painting.

  • Constructelements of theatrical scenery in support of departmental productions.  

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Our Vision

To be an academic institution in dynamic equilibrium with its social ecological and economic environment striving continuously for excellence in education, research and technological service to the community. To pursue global standards of excellence in all our endeavors namely teaching, research, and consultancy and continuing education and to remain accountable in our core and support functions, through processes of self-evaluation and continuous improvement.

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Our Mission

  • To create and sustain a community of learning in which students acquire knowledge and learn to apply it professionally with due consideration for ethical, ecological, and economic issues.

  • To pursue research and disseminate research findings.

  • To provide knowledge-based technological services to satisfy the needs of society and the industry.

  • To help in building national capabilities in science, technology, humanities, management, education and research.

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Academic Integrity:

Institutions of higher education are dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge and truth. In this pursuit, academic honesty is of fundamental importance. Bridgewater State University faculty, students, administrators and staff all have a responsibility to demonstrate and safeguard academic integrity as one of the university’s most essential institutional values.

 

When students, faculty, administrators and staff follow and support academic integrity values, teaching and learning can proceed in an environment of trust and respect. When such standards are violated, teaching and learning are impaired. Therefore, the best interests of the university community require that cases of alleged violations of academic integrity be addressed seriously and equitably.

 

Students are admitted to Bridgewater State University with the expectation that they will accept and abide by the standards of conduct and scholarship established by the faculty, administration and student governing boards. The university reserves the right to require students to withdraw who do not maintain acceptable academic standing. The university also reserves the right to dismiss, with due process, students who do not meet the requirements of conduct and order or whose behavior is inconsistent with the standards of the university.

 

The full policy and process may be found here:

http://catalog.bridgew.edu/content.php?catoid=10&navoid=970

 

Accommodations for students with Special Needs:

BSU is committed to ensuring all individuals equal access to its programs and services. The university offers a number of services to students who have a documented medical condition, are physically challenged, or have psychological or learning disabilities. If you think you may have a learning disability or wish to request support services, please contact the Office of Disability Resources in the Academic Achievement Center, Maxwell Library, (508) 531-2194. You can still receive services even after the semester has begun.

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