Theatre and Dance Department, College of Fine and Performing Arts
In the course of their Dance studies, students will learn to understand and evaluate contemporary thinking about dance and related arts, while nurturing a physical and intellectual understanding of the language of movement that is reflective of and insightful toward the human condition.
Why Consider a Dance Major?
The BA is a broadly based degree, with a liberal arts orientation, and is designed for students with a general interest in dance and its applications. BA candidates will focus on pedagogical and historic aspects of Dance Art as well as on the performance/generative components. They will be encouraged to demonstrate proficiency in pedagogy. Dance majors develop multiple skills that are essential in all fields, including self-discipline, collaboration, patience and problem-solving.
Performing Arts 395B
Associate Chair and Dance Coordinator
Dance Educator | Arts Management | Dance Teacher | Community Dance Worker | Choreographer
How to Declare (Admission and Declaration Process):
To declare, a student must have completed the following requirements:
- 15 college credits
- Modern placement of Level One or above.
Advising tips: Students should seek early departmental advising.
A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s major or minor courses, and supporting courses for majors and minors.