Skip to main content

MA Applications Open for Fall 2020

We encourage all students, faculty and staff to refer to  www.tamu.edu/coronavirus  for COVID-19 guidance

COVID-19 Updates

Undergraduate Student Advising 

To maximize social distancing in order to keep our students and staff safe, we will be encouraging distance advising via Zoom or by telephone appointment.Our priority is to ensure you have all the information you need to prepare for summer and fall registration as well as answer any other questions you have.

Our advising appointments are online using ZOOM: https://tamu.zoom.us. We recommend you download this software to your computer. You do not need a camera but a headset with a microphone is recommended, but not required.

Your advisor will email you on the day of your scheduled appointment with the link to the online meeting.

FAQ:

How do I go about processing a Q-Drop?

How do I schedule and advising appointment? 

  • To schedule an online advising appointment you will follow the same steps as before. The online meeting information will be in the additional information part of your advising appointment.

What if I do not have access to ZOOM?

  • If you do not have the option to access ZOOM or need any accommodations please email your assigned advisor.

Advisor: Brianna Edwards  Email: bedwards@tamu.edu

Departmental Contacts

Katherine Payne – Department Questions

kpayne@tamu.edu 

979-458-3397

John Moeller - Technical Questions

jdmoeller@tamu.edu 

979-458-0941

Darlene Flores - Business Questions

d-flores@tamu.edu

979-862-2141

Jeff Watson - Liberal Arts and Humanities Building Questions

jzwatson@tamu.edu 

979-458-8578

Myra Rangel - Administrative Questions

myra.rangel@tamu.edu

979-847-5847

Brianna Edwards -Academic Advisor

bedwards@tamu.edu

Fall 2020 Course Offerings

 


 

Spotlights

Faculty

 

 

Graduate Student

 

 

Edudzi Sallah

Edudzi Sallah

Sallah was not only the Master’s Division winner, but also the winner of the overall 3MT competition. “This honor is fulfilling and allows me to think about my future career interests,” Sallah said.

Undergraduate Student

 

 

Mason Rausch

An interview with Mason on filming "Experience Music," her LAUNCH Undergraduate Performance Scholar Capstone.

MA in Performance Studies 

The Master’s in Performance Studies at Texas A&M University is built around a multifaceted understanding of performance. Using a wide range of qualitative methods and theoretical frameworks (from dramaturgical analysis to ethnography and phenomenology), our graduate faculty has expertise in the study of religion & spirituality, theater, media & technology, popular music, state affairs, law, diplomacy, martial arts, urbanism, dance, race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. They have conducted research in the US, Ghana, Brazil, Japan, Trinidad, and Spain. The unique perspective each of our faculty brings is what makes our MA distinctive when compared to similar programs in the country.

BA in Performance Studies 

Our Bachelor's in Performance Studies provides a foundation in critical reflection, analysis, and creative practice from which students can launch a variety of careers. In their core Performance Studies courses, BA Students are immersed in performance theory, learn the craft of creating live theatrical and musical performance, and cultivate essential research and writing skills to be successful citizens, scholars, and artists in the 21st century.