Ethics, Aesthetics, and Theology

Ethics, Aesthetics, and Theology
Analyzing and considering interrelationships of ethical, aesthetic, and theological dimensions of creating and performing media arts and theatre texts.
 Hours1.0 Credit, 2.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesTMA 322 and 324 and 325. BFA acting major status.
 ProgramsContaining TMA 491
Course Outcomes

Ethical Decision Making

Students will examine, define, and clarify the individual process of ethical decision making.

Moral Reasoning and Judgment

Students will develop improved moral reasoning skills and understand judgment processes for informed ethical decision making in the arts.

Personal Code of Ethics

Students will construct a personal ethical framework and make a commitment to ethical conduct as a professional in theatre and media arts and as a member of social communities.

Latter Day Saint Representation in the Arts

Students will compare and contrast examples of LDS representation in the arts and prepare to discuss their findings with industry professionals in an objective and informed way.