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Graduate Program: Theatre and Performance Studies
Use the online application to apply for the M.A./Ph.D. in Theatre and Performance Studies and check the status of your application. All materials (with the exception of test scores) should be submitted electronically.
International students are required to complete the TOEFL, with a minimum score of 600 on the paper-based test or 100 on the TOEFL iBT.
A complete application should include:
The Department of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies generally accepts three graduate students per year.
M.A./Ph.D. in Theatre and Performance Studies
The M.A./Ph.D. program is not designed to grant a terminal M.A. degree. Instead, it is expected that students will proceed beyond the M.A. degree to Ph.D. study whether at Tufts or elsewhere. Students who enter the program at the Master's level must apply to the department to be admitted to the doctoral program upon completion of the Master's thesis and/or coursework.
For admission to the M.A./Ph.D. program, a prospective student must present a completed undergraduate record of high scholastic proficiency with a firm grounding in drama and theatre, film, dance, and performance/ performance studies. Other desirable foundation subjects include: fine arts, music, philosophy, history, languages, literature and the social sciences.
Ph.D. in Theatre and Performance Studies
For admission to graduate work for the Ph.D. degree in Theatre and Performance Studies, a prospective candidate must present a completed graduate and/or undergraduate record of high scholastic proficiency with a firm grounding in drama and theatre, film, dance, and performance/ performance studies.. Other desirable foundation subjects include: fine arts, music, philosophy, history, literature, languages, and social sciences. In general, the student is expected to offer for admission the equivalent of a Tufts M.A. in Theatre and Performance Studies.
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