Dance Graduate Programs
Graduate Dance Programs prepare students to build careers in the field of dance. Graduate degrees in dance offer training in the theory, history, and practice of dance. By
Place your work at the center of creative inquiry to reflect on the relationship between personal values and aesthetic choices.
By educating art and dance therapy students to become accomplished clinicians, graduates of the Creative Arts Therapy department help individuals with mental health issues reach their full potential.
Learn from renowned and nationally recognized faculty.
The Master of Fine Arts (Coursework) is designed for the development of artistic practice. The Master of Arts (Research) and Ph.D. are research projec...
The Master's of Fine Arts in Dance at Belhaven University is a 60 credit terminal degree.
Founded in 1954, the Graduate School aims to produce true scholars who, through continuous study of advanced theories and their application to practic...
The programme is taugth in cooperation with 6 other universities - offers artistic, anthropological and historical approaches.
Research and creative activities in the Department of Dance include the following: the creation and performance of new works; theory and teaching of t...
60 unit degree based in the modern dance genre...
MFA in dance offers study in the intimate environment of Hollins University and international experience in Frankfurt, Germany.
Movement Pattern Analysis is a grounded application of Laban Movement Analysis that correlates physical behaviors with a...
Most courses are taught in Korean.
The MFA program at CU is designed to accommodate a variety of students, ranging from the practicing professional to the recent BA / BFA graduate.
The M.F.A. Program in Dance is a practice-oriented terminal degree program for students in performance and choreography.
The Master of Fine Arts degree program concentrates on choreography and/or performance.
The program's goal is the preparation and development of skills necessary for work in an academic, community, or performance environment.
Successful applicants typically have an undergraduate degree with a minimum overall grade of 3.0 or B. Note: most funding applications call for 3.67 o...