The dance program
is designed to develop an appreciation of dance from both a non-movement
and a movement perspective.
The program introduces and develops basic
and intermediate and advance dance techniques. The program also provides
on campus performance activities
Dance classes offered include
fundamental of dance, basic ballet, modern jazz, world, African, social,
tap, performance, and choreography.
The focus of the program is
on providing students with a variety of dance styles, training, techniques
and performance opportunities.
The following usually requires
a four-year degree:
- Professional Dancer
- College Dance Instructor
- Studio Dance Instructor
- Dance Therapist
- Dance Researcher
An associate degree is not
available in dance. Students wishing the associate degree should major
in general education and include those classes listed on the COURSES webpage (either or
both blocks) and other courses required by the transfer institution.