The Intrauniversity Dance Minor requires 19-23 semester hours. Students in any major across the University may choose to minor in Dance, but more often than not it is prior interest and training in dance that leads students to pursue this minor.

Students will study intermediate and advanced technique/theory, dance history, pedagogy and the creative process of performance production as well as complete a dance practicum. This minor supports and enriches opportunities in music and music education, theatre arts choreography, teaching professions, various professional performance opportunities and sponsorship of drill team or cheerleading organizations.

Courses a student might take include Pedagogy of Dance, Advanced Ballet or Social Dance.

For more information, contact Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences at (254) 710-4630.