The world renowned Department of Dance comprises artists, scholars, and educators who train dancers on the graduate level for a wide variety of careers in the arts as choreographers, performers, teachers, and leaders in the dance field. The students in the highly selective programs excel not only in the studio and on stage, but also as critical thinkers and writers. Master’s program options include:
Master of Fine Arts in Dance
Master of Arts in Dance
Master of Arts in Dance with Initial PreK-12 Teacher Certification
- The modern dance-centered program includes a variety of approaches to modern dance, as well as studio courses in ballet, contact improvisation and partnering, tap, African dance and drumming, and Irish dance.
- Students explore the areas of choreography, dance history and theory, teaching methodologies, somatics, and movement analysis.
- Graduate students perform in faculty and guest artist work, choreograph their own work, and assist in directing departmental touring performances.
- Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
- Minimum 3.0 undergraduate GPA
- Three letters of recommendation
- Statement of objectives
- An audition
- April 15 for the fall semester
- Students are admitted for the fall semester only
- Faculty in Higher Education and PreK-12
- Dance Administrators
For complete information about the Graduate Programs in Dance visit
Last Updated 8/21/14