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Fitchburg State University 2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
Fitchburg State University 2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Technical Theater Concentration, Industrial Technology, B.S.

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Industrial Technology

Sanjay Kaul
Associate Professors
Assistant Professors
Sanjay Kaul James Alicata Craig Capano
  Keith Chenot Matthew McGee
  Cap Corduan Susan Sheridan
  Wayne Whitfield  

Objectives for the Program in Industrial Technology

The Industrial Technology Department is unique at Fitchburg State University in that it offers two major degree programs and seven concentrations, including:

•Bachelor of science in Education, with a major in Technology Education (120 semester hours)

• Bachelor of science in Industrial Technology (120 semester hours), with concentrations in Architectural Technology, Construction Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Energy Management Technology, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, and Technical Theatre.

Liberal Arts and Sciences Requirements

For students in the bachelor of science in Technology Education and the bachelor of science in Industrial Technology, all concentrations:


* Not required for Construction or Theater Concentrations.

Requirements for the Major in Industrial Technology

The concentrations offered in the Industrial Technology program were developed with the intention of providing a pool of highly skilled technologists who can sustain the needs of industry within the Commonwealth to function in a project management capacity, including:

The concentrations include:

  • Architectural Technology
  • Construction Technology
  • Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Energy Management Technology
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology
  • Technical Theatre Arts

Technical Theatre Concentration 120 Cr.

The Technical Theatre track is designed to develop a general base of technical, analytical, managerial, and creative competencies aimed toward entry positions in fields of theatrical production. Students are trained to become resourceful, imaginative, and technically competent people who can integrate engineering and artistic techniques with production situations. Students will acquire these competencies through lectures, laboratories, and actual stage and film productions. These learning activities, accompanied by those of other course selections, provide for a general knowledge of theatre, and the ability to apply these skills to theatrical situations.

Electives and internships provide flexibility through which individuals can pursue areas of special interest.

Additional Requirements

For course descriptions please refer to Technical Theatre in course section .

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