Dance

Dance

WHERE IT CAN TAKE YOU

Sample Work Settings Here is a sample list of work settings (or work environments) that might interest someone with this educational background: • Community studios and organizations • Broadway • Cruise ships • School systems • Mental Health Clinics • Newspapers or Magazines

Sample Work Functions • Dance Performer • Choreographer • Administrator/Entrepreneur • Dance Therapist • Dance Trainer and/or Physical Therapist • Dance Journalist and/or Critic • Dance Videographer and/or Photographer

HOW TO GET THERE

N - Dance Appreciation are two required courses for the dance minor that students may take to “try on” the minor curriculum. When to take coursework • Dance 117 – Movement as a Medium – First semester freshmen year • Dance 253 – Choreography I – First semester sophomore year • Dance 355 – Dance Production Practicum II – First semester senior year • Dance 417 – Contact Improv – First semester senior year Chart your course Since students must audition for the Dance Major, there are no classes to “try on” the major prior to the audition. Howev- er, if students wish to minor in Dance, there is no audition required. Dance 101 - Introduction to Dance and Dance 200

Campus Organizations & Clubs • Prime Movers – a student organization that provides student dancers a voice within the department • Delta Chi XI – an advisor-led organization that hosts workshops, programs, and free dance classes for the community • Redemption Arts – a faith-based arts group • Paradigm Dance Group

Past Internship Sites • NC Dance Festival Dance Project Internship • American Dance Festival Production Internship

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Sample Graduate Programs • Master of Arts (M.A.) in Dance • Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) in Dance • Master of Arts (M.A.) in Dance Education

Professional Associations • North Carolina Dance Alliance • Dance Association for North Carolina Educators • National Dance Education Organization

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