Studies and Majors

Dance, General

Dance, General
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School   (degrees awarded)
Point Park University   (63 Bachelors degrees)
New York University   (54 Masters degrees)
The University of the Arts   (49 Bachelors degrees)
Columbia College-Chicago   (45 Bachelors degrees)
Texas State University-San Marcos   (40 Bachelors degrees)
SUNY at Purchase College   (40 Bachelors degrees)
University of California-Irvine   (35 Bachelors degrees)
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania   (31 Bachelors degrees)
Dean College   (31 Bachelors degrees)
Oklahoma City University   (30 Bachelors degrees)
Brigham Young University-Provo   (30 Bachelors degrees)
The University of Alabama   (29 Bachelors degrees)
Marymount Manhattan College   (28 Bachelors degrees)
University of North Carolina at Greensboro   (26 Bachelors degrees)
New York University   (26 Bachelors degrees)
Rutgers University-New Brunswick   (25 Bachelors degrees)
California Institute of the Arts   (25 Bachelors degrees)
University of Arizona   (22 Bachelors degrees)
Dean College   (22 Associates degrees)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign   (21 Bachelors degrees)
University of Utah   (21 Bachelors degrees)
The Boston Conservatory   (21 Bachelors degrees)
University of Missouri-Kansas City   (21 Bachelors degrees)
Montclair State University   (21 Bachelors degrees)
Muhlenberg College   (20 Bachelors degrees)
University of Oklahoma Norman Campus   (20 Bachelors degrees)
Ohio State University-Main Campus   (20 Bachelors degrees)
Cornish College of the Arts   (20 Bachelors degrees)
The Ailey School   (20 Award > 1Yr < 2Yr degrees)
University of Iowa   (20 Bachelors degrees)
Dance, General Description

A general program that prepares individuals to express ideas, feelings, and/or inner visions through the performance of one or more of the dance disciplines, including but not limited to ballet, modern, jazz, ethnic, and folk dance, and that focuses on the study and analysis of dance as a cultural phenomenon. Includes instruction in technique, choreography, Laban notation, dance history and criticism, and dance production.

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