Apply to Emerson College using the Common Application or the Emerson Application. Select BFA Theatre Education as your major.
Within 2 to 3 business days after receiving your application to Emerson College, the Office of Undergraduate Admission will email you an Emerson Admission Office ID Number that you will submit as a part of your Artistic Application on Acceptd. Although transcripts and recommendations are a required part of the application due at the application deadline, they are not a requirement for receiving an Emerson Admission Office ID Number.
As soon as you have your Emerson Admission Office ID Number you are ready to submit an Artistic Application and BFA Theatre Education essay.
Submit an Artistic Application through Acceptd
- Start an Artistic Application to BFA Theatre Education on Acceptd
- Complete the form and upload the following
- Resume & Headshot: a 1-page theatrical resume and headshot/selfie.
- Essay: Your essay should describe one key theatrical experience, either onstage, backstage, in a classroom, or in an audience, that has motivated you in your pursuit of a degree in theatre; it should also outline how Emerson’s program would help you achieve your long-term professional goals (500–700 words).
Please note: BFA Theatre Education is a well-rounded, broad-based, flexible program intended for students interested in the teaching of Theatre. It is not an actor training program. You can read more about BFA Theatre Education here.
If you are interested in studying acting please consider applying to BFA Theatre & Performance or BFA Theatre Education & Performance.