Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performing Arts

Bachelor of Fine arts in Performance offers training in dance, acting and vocal work, combined with the rich experiential and intellectual traditions of contemplative education. Performing arts students will train in a variety of performance techniques and styles, as well as develop original performance work and participate in directed performance projects. The BFA in Performance strives to create a unique environment for training young artists to participate fully and effectively.

Main Subjects

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Performance is a 3-4 year degree program. In the first two years students take introductory courses.

  • Music and sound design
  • Music therapy
  • Dance and culture
  • Drama therapy
  • Dance therapy
  • Audio production
  • Theatre and drama practice

After completing two years, students have to choose a specialization area depending upon their interest.

Learning outcomes

Student of Bachelor of Fine Arts after successfully completing their degree should be able to:

  • Demonstrate performance ability at an acceptable level
  • To perceive and interpret the elements of Performance
  • To work independently in the creation and performance of a solo work
  • Understand and apply basic principles, concepts and formats in the various fine arts disciplines.
  • Develop influencing power through their creative performance.
  • Develop their strong analytical ability to solve problems.

Career Options

Performing arts graduates can work in multimedia entertainment, television and film, and perform in a variety of roles associated with acting, playwriting, casting, directing and management.

  • Actor
  • Art Director
  • Choreographer
  • Director
  • Multimedia Entertainer
  • Model
  • Novelist
  • Playwright/Scriptwriter
  • Producer
  • Scenic Designer
  • Stage Manager
  • Technical Director
  • TV Anchor
  • Voiceover Talent
  • Events Manager
  • Dance Studio Teacher
  • Performing Arts Administrator
  • TVĀ  Production
  • Animator
  • Musician