About this course
The drama program serves two principal functions: for non-drama majors it expands the theatrical background, both performance and technical, through participation in public productions and elective courses; for drama majors it provides a solid academic and performance foundation upon which to pursue drama as a career. The suggested program that follows is meant to complete A.A. requirements at GCCC, and to satisfy the needs of students wishing to transfer as drama or drama education majors to a four-year university. Students should check with their advisors to ensure transferability of electives and to develop a schedule designed to meet their specific needs.
Proof of English Proficiency - An official score report showing that the “Test of English as a Foreign Language” (TOEFL) has been completed within the 18 months immediately preceding application to GCCC with a minimum score of 500 (paper-based) or 61 (internet-based, ibt). Students whose country’s official language is English may not be required to complete the TOEFL, however, may be required to submit to a video interview with the Director of Admissions/International Student Advisor to verify English language proficiency.