The world of dramatic arts changes with the times. New theory and forms of expression are needed to open up new possibilities.
We approach the study of dramatic art both theoretically and practically in order to produce exceptionally creative expressive methods and techniques. The curriculum is divided into two main parts: "Theory and History," and "Expressive Methods and Techniques." From the first year, students begin to learn their various specialist fields. In particular, the "Expressive Methods and Techniques" curriculum varies according to students' specific majors within the department as each course teaches the fundamental skills needed. The department of theatre is also positively engaged in researching the role of dramatic arts in welfare, education, planning and production in society, and producing new kinds of theatre work and dramatic cultural work that meets social needs.