Do you love being on stage, reciting monologues and reenactments? Maybe it’s not time to close the curtain on your pass just yet. Consider earning your degree in drama or theater art. A degree in Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts or Performing Arts allows creatives to pursue careers in acting, dancing, drama therapy, theater directing, music therapy, and screenwriting.
Studying this field could help you not only fine tune your skills in performance but also provide you with insight into being on the other side of the curtain. You’ll also learn useful tools such as effective self-promotion and arts management, as well as how to put your best foot forward in following your theatre career dreams!
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA||18 : 1||26,675|
|Temple University Philadelphia, PA||24 : 1||38,794|
|Rowan University Glassboro, NJ||33 : 1||19,618|
|West Chester University of Pennsylvania West Chester, PA||25 : 1||17,669|
|Rutgers University-Camden Camden, NJ||23 : 1||7,233|
|The University of the Arts Philadelphia, PA||18 : 1||1,861|
|Arcadia University Glenside, PA||20 : 1||3,463|
|Swarthmore College Swarthmore, PA||7 : 1||1,594|
|Ursinus College Collegeville, PA||12 : 1||1,472|
|Community College of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA||48 : 1||15,996|
|Cecil College North East, MD||44 : 1||2,377|