Curriculum and Requirements for Title

Graduate Program in Performing Arts
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Curriculum and Requiriments for Title

NOTE: The information below is in accordance with the current Postgraduate Catalog.
To consult the Catalog regarding your year of admission, access the page of the Academic Board of Unicamp here.

Master Degree Program in Performing Arts

Duration

The minimum and maximum durations for the Master’s Course are 12 and 30 months, respectively. In order to obtain the title of Master in Performing Arts, students must fulfill a total of 18 (eighteen) credits in disciplines, among required and elective disciplines listed in the catalog of his/her entry year, and be approved in the public defense of their dissertation.

Curriculum

In the list of subjects below, the numbers of the 2nd and 3rd columns correspond to the total hours and credits of each discipline, respectively. In theses disciplines, an asterisk is shown instead of the course load.

Mandatory Activity

AA001 *Master’s Dissertation

Mandatory Courses

AC001 45 hours 3 credits Arts Research
AC500 45 hours 3 credits Supervised Activities I

Note about AC500: A classroom course, in which the advisor meets his research group for seminars and sharing of research.

Electives Courses

AC100 45 hours 3 credits Arts Research Seminar
AC101 45 hours 3 credits Creation Lab
AC102 45 hours 3 credits Contagious Zone
AC111 45 hours 3 credits Creation Lab II
AC112 45 hours 3 credits Contagious Zone II
AC200 45 hours 3 credits Movement, Action and Gesture
AC201 45 hours 3 credits Expression, Sounds and Sense
AC202 45 hours 3 credits Special Topics in Acting
AC210 45 hours 3 credits Movement, Action and Gesture II
AC300 45 hours 3 credits Dramaturgies
AC301 45 hours 3 credits Scene Writings
AC302 45 hours 3 credits Special Topics in Stage Performance
AC400 45 hours 3 credits Studies in Performing Arts
AC401 45 hours 3 credits Special Topics in Art and Context
—– —– —– Any postgraduate course offered by Unicamp

Doctorate in Performing Arts

Duration

The minimum and maximum durations for the Doctorate Course are 24 and 48 months, respectively. In order to obtain the title of Doctor in Performing Arts, students must fulfill a total of 24 credits in disciplines, among required and elective disciplines listed in the catalog of his/her entry year, and be approved in the public defense of their thesis.

Curriculum

In the list of subjects below, the numbers of the 2nd and 3rd columns correspond to the total hours and credits of each discipline, respectively. In theses disciplines, an asterisk is shown instead of the course load.

Mandatory Activity

AA002 *Doctoral Thesis

Mandatory Courses

AC002 45 hours 3 credits Advance Arts Research
AC110 45 hours 3 credits Advanced Arts Research Seminar
AC600 45 hours 3 credits Supervised Activities II
AC601 45 hours 3 credits Supervised Activities III

Note about AC600 and AC601: A classroom course, in which the advisor meets his research group for seminars and sharing of research.

Electives Courses

AC101 45 hours 3 credits Creation Lab
AC102 45 hours 3 credits Contagious Zone
AC111 45 hours 3 credits Creation Lab II
AC112 45 hours 3 credits Contagious Zone II
AC200 45 hours 3 credits Movement, Action and Gesture
AC201 45 hours 3 credits Expression, Sounds and Sense
AC202 45 hours 3 credits Special Topics in Acting
AC210 45 hours 3 credits Movement, Action and Gesture II
AC300 45 hours 3 credits Dramaturgies
AC301 45 hours 3 credits Scene Writings
AC302 45 hours 3 credits Special Topics in Stage Performance
AC400 45 hours 3 credits Studies in Performing Arts
AC401 45 hours 3 credits Special Topics in Art and Context
—– —– —– Any postgraduate course offered by Unicamp