The 36-credit Master of Arts in Dance is a graduate program that offers students an opportunity for research in studies including aesthetics/criticism, dance science/somatics, movement analysis, dance choreography/performance, dance in Africa, dance in education, computers and music for dance, and design for dance. Students may also conceive through advisement an interdisciplinary focus in dance/movement studies which might include work in dance history, exercise physiology, theatre, fine art and visual studies, health/wellness, African and African-American studies, women's and gender studies, and cultural studies.
The 36 credits are distributed as follows:
Graduate Student Story - I am Where I Have To Be - Marielys Burgos-Melendez
Graduate Student Story - Janet's Brockport Experience
Undergraduate Student Profile - Michelle Glynn
Dance Faculty and Graduate Students Present at National Conference
Brockport dancers steal the show at American College Dance Festival
WNY Assessment Consortium