About the Bachelor of Arts - Dance
This is an intensive and challenging program where performance and classroom practice are central to the philosophy of the course. It encourages students to pursue individual goals as dance artists, choreographers, teachers or researchers. This course provides an insight into dance as an art form and social and educative experience. It develops skills in communication, critical thinking, research and analysis and demands students be creatively productive in the area of interest they pursue. Provision is made for students with dance backgrounds other than ballet and contemporary, e.g. classical Indian dance, to audition and continue to study in their specialist dance style.
Campuses and Duration
|Mount Lawley||3 years|
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