As a liberal arts college, our academic format at Cedar Crest allows students to take part in interdisciplinary studies. If you have a love of dance, yet wish to pursue a different academic major, consider adding a dance minor to your studies. Whether you’re combining a dance minor with theatre and music, or adding it to a degree in another academic area, Cedar Crest encourages you to explore and enhance all of your interests.
When you minor in dance at Cedar Crest College, you will learn the art of dance from multiple perspectives and experiences in order to fully understand it as a discipline of study.
Each year, dance minors have the opportunity to participate in two dance performances, including one choreographed by Cedar Crest students. You may take part in theatre productions, such as plays and musicals, during any of your years as a Cedar Crest student.
All dance minors are obliged to abide by the written Performing Arts Departmental Policies. A grade of C or better is required in all courses taken for application toward all major requirements in the performing arts. At least 12 credits of coursework in the major must be taken at Cedar Crest College.
Total number of credits required by program: 18
- DNC 103 Dance as a Medium 3 credits
- DNC 235 History of Dance I 3 credits
- DNC 237 History of Dance II 3 credits
- DNC 280 Dance Pedagogy 3 credits
- DNC Technique Classes 6 credits
For more details on this minor, contact department chair Roxanne Amico at firstname.lastname@example.org.