- Instrumental Music
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- Museum Studies
- Technical Design & Production
- Visual Arts
- Vocal Music
"They are poets of gesture."
- George Balanchine (choreographer) on his dancers; Life, May 1984
Dance majors develop their abilities through a progression of courses that include orientation, history, composition, production, tap, ethnic dance (African), four levels of a Vaganova-based ballet technique and three levels of modern dance. A rigorous professional teaching approach equips dance majors physically and mentally to pursue a dance career. In addition, classes with master teachers focus on areas not emphasized in the curriculum. (The Physical Education requirement is satisfied by select dance courses.) Upon graduation, dance students are encouraged to continue their training at a higher level. Some begin their performance careers immediately.
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|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4|
|Ballet I||Ballet II||Ballet III||Ballet IV|
|Modern Dance I||Modern Dance II||Modern Dance III||Modern Dance IV|
|Dance Orientation||Dance History||Dance Improvisation||Senior Project|
|Potpourri||Dance Technique||Dance Composition|
|Ethnic Dance I & I|
|Dance History||Katherine Smith||View Syllabus|
|Dance Improvisation||Treanna Reid-Alexander||View Syllabus|
|Dance Orientation||Treanna Reid-Alexander||View Syllabus|
|Modern I||Treanna Reid-Alexander||View Syllabus|
|Modern II||Nikki Sutton-Mackey||View Syllabus|
|Modern III & IV||Katherine Smith||View Syllabus|
|Senior Project||Katherine Smith||View Syllabus|