Minor

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The dance major or minor experiences dance as a cultural endeavor in the liberal arts tradition. This program prepares the student to dance and perform in a variety of settings and combines the discipline of dance with other areas of study.  One credit dance technique courses (111, 112, 113, 211, 212, 213, 311, 312 and 313) may be counted toward the physical education requirement. If the student elects this option, the course will carry no credit and will be graded on a pass/fail basis. Courses taken to fulfill the physical education requirement cannot apply to the dance minor.

1.  A minimum of four credits in dance technique (studio coursework): The dance minor must reach standing in the advanced level (300 level) in one dance technique (ballet, modern or jazz). The dance minor must reach standing in the intermediate level (200 level) in one other dance technique, typically one to two credits.
2. Dance 315, 317
3. One of the following: Dance 308 (taken through ARCHE at Emory University), 340 or Theatre 325
4. One of the following: Theatre 131 or Music 108
A dance minor is encouraged to pursue active participation in the Studio Dance Theatre, the Agnes Scott student dance company.  All dance majors and minors must audition for Dance Program faculty to determine proper placement in studio coursework.