Experimental theatre space in the McClintock Building is home to numerous student-directed productions as well as many performance classes.
- WUPX student-operated radio station
- Public Eye News (student-run TV news program)
- The North Wind student newspaper
- Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
- Media Alliance for Communication Students (MACS)
Public Relations Program
Theatre and Entertainment Arts Majors
Each semester all theatre and entertainment arts majors are required to participate in a jury presentation scheduled and critiqued by the theatre faculty. Juries are evaluated on a “pass/fail” basis; the evaluations are not reflected in students’ academic transcripts. Students who fail two consecutive theatre juries at a given level may be dropped from the major.
Transfer students who wish to major in theatre and entertainment arts must receive credit for at least sixteen hours of academic work in the theatre and entertainment arts area at NMU unless a waiver is approved by the student’s adviser and department head.
All theatre and entertainment arts majors are required to have at least one field studies experience as part of their degree program. Only the New York Field Studies, the Stratford Summer Tour or a comparable substitute approved by theatre faculty will fulfill this requirement.
Liberal Studies: Complete information on the liberal studies requirements and additional graduation requirements, including the health promotion requirement, is in the “Liberal Studies Program and Graduation Requirements” section of this bulletin.
Courses within each major that can be used to satisfy liberal studies requirements are listed with the Roman numeral (in brackets) that coincides with the liberal studies division the course falls under.
- Communication Studies Major
- Entertainment and Sports Promotion (Temporarily Suspended)
- Media Production and New Technology Major
- Multimedia Journalism Major
- Public Relations Major
- Theatre and Entertainment Arts Major
Courses within each minor that can be used to satisfy liberal studies requirements are listed with the Roman numeral (in brackets) that coincides with the liberal studies division the course falls under.