Many internship and cooperative learning opportunities are available to Theatre and Performance students in their junior or senior years, including with the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Paper Mill Playhouse, the Shubert Organization, the Lincoln Center Theatre, South Orange Performing Arts Center, Algonquin Arts, Arts Power National Touring Theater, George Street Playhouse, McCarter Theatre Center for the Performing Arts, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, The People's Improv Troupe, and The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.
Internships at many New York media companies offer real-world experiences and career opportunities. In order to participate in an internship for course credit, students must successfully complete the required courses and have a minimum GPA of 3.0. A bachelor's degree in theatre and performance is an excellent foundation for graduate school. Opportunities for continued studies include the Master of Arts in Strategic Communication at Seton Hall. Other options include graduate study in media and communication, museum professions, law, education and business and the Master of Fine Arts.