BFA in Dance: Production Concentration
Students in the dance production concentration can choose to either perform repertoire or present a composition.
Dance Production Concentration Requirements
Students must meet all General Education requirements and conservatory requirements for graduation.
First and Sophomore Years
Students apply for the dance production concentration during the second semester of their sophomore year and before the sophomore jury. The grade obtained in Dance Production I course, Sophomore jury results, along with a general aptitude for and interest in dance production, determine a student’s acceptance or denial. First year students and sophomores follow the basic curriculum.
In addition to their regular junior requirements, students in the dance production concentration will register for DPD 3900/Independent Study in Dance Production for two semesters.
In addition to their regular senior requirements, students in the dance production concentration will register for:
- DPD1075/ Collaborative Video for Choreography ( 2 credits)
- DPD 3900/Independent Study in Dance Production (two semesters, variable credits)
- DPC 4990/Senior Project 1 (3 credits)
- DPC 4991 Senior Project 2 (3 credits) (Production/Stage management emphasis as advised and approved by the Conservatory of Dance Production manager and Department Chair.
Students can elect to take only one technique class a day on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays, during their Senior Year, like the Comp. Con. students.
Any changes in concentration must be approved by the Dance Department Chair.