Bachelor of Arts in Dance

B.A. in Dance

The B.A. degree offers comprehensive education and training in dance technique, performance, choreography, and pedagogy.

The B.A. allows students to tailor their study of dance to fit their interests and is designed to prepare students for a variety of dance-related careers after college. With opportunities for scholarly and creative research, community engagement, and interdisciplinary collaboration, the degree is constructed for students wishing to double-major in dance and another discipline. Technique classes in contemporary and classical forms aim to help students achieve a high level of performance and artistry. Students apply theoretical knowledge in tangible ways, such as performance of repertoire, supervised teaching opportunities, concert direction, independent projects, and choreography for concerts.

The School of Music, Theatre, and Dance is comprised of esteemed faculty and administrative and production staff, all dedicated to supporting student education in the arts.

B.A. in Dance Includes:

  • Technique, Performance, and Repertoire
  • Choreography and Improvisation
  • Pedagogy and Teaching Methodologies
  • History and Theory
  • Technical Production and Design
  • Guest Artists and Masterclasses