Concentración Menor en Teatro

If you're excited about the performing arts, this program will allow you to develop into one of the most vibrant pillars of the entertainment industry.

You will have the opportunity to take courses with performing arts professionals with vast experience on local and international stages. You will learn about all facets of theater, from history, acting, stage direction, to techniques to achieve better diction, body expression or to be able to carry out scene designs and montages. Studying theater will not only help you stand out successfully in this discipline, but it will diversify your professional portfolio.

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This curriculum allows the student to develop basic knowledge and skills about theatrical art, its trends and the different profiles that comprise it. Then, in the second and third year, the student immerses himself in theatrical practice through the courses of Assembly Workshop, Improvisation and theatrical games and Theory and theater criticism. In their final year, the student integrates knowledge in more advanced courses in Stage Direction, Puerto Rican Theater, and Acting for Film and Television.

Duration and Modality

The Bachelor of Theater consists of 120 credits to be completed in 4 years. The courses and workshops are offered in person.


  • Bachelor of Arts in Theater
  • General requirements (RG): 39 credits
  • Institutional Requirements (IR): 27 credits
  • Concentration Requirements (RC): 36 credits
  • Exploration (EX): 18 credits


Skills Acquired

Promote in the student a broad knowledge of theatrical practice in Puerto Rico
Know the specific terms of the theater vocabulary in practice and in its analysis
Develop good physical flexibility and muscular coordination to form the body as an instrument of communication
Promote that the student can demonstrate an advanced knowledge about the techniques in the art of the appropriate use of the voice and the body to communicate
Develop critical thinking on how to analyze different theatrical productions
Promote that the student can demonstrate a broad knowledge of the social function of theater, as an instrument of social transformation
Know the different social, political and artistic aspects that marked the theatrical history of the different cultures of the world
Develop critical thinking on how to analyze different theatrical productions
Understand the different improvisation techniques in acting and collective creation
Know how to set up a theatrical presentation in non-traditional spaces to develop community projects of social value
Ability to work in front of film and television cameras

Job Opportunities

Actor/Actress (theater, film, television, radio)
Director (theatre, cinema, television, radio)
Director's assistant
Producer (theatre, cinema, television, radio and other artistic events)
Production assistant
Designer (scenography, lighting, costumes, props, makeup)
Playwright | Screenwriter
  • Director of Scenography
  • Lighting Technician or Stagehand
  • Stage Manager
  • dance | Choreography | Pantomime
  • Teacher | teacher
  • Historian | theoretical
  • announcer
  • Advertising (theater, cinema, television, radio,
  • written and digital press)
  • Master of Ceremonies | Host
  • General Manager of Beauty Centers
  • Arts, private or state theaters

department contact

Heriberto Feliciano Rodríguez

Líder Académico del Programa de Teatro

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