Although most dancers begin formal training at an early age, a degree in dance can provide the theoretical and technical mastery that is required for professional careers within the industry. Students enrolled in dance degree programs are exposed to many different forms of dance, as well as to dance history, kinesiology, choreography and production. Many dance programs allow students to interact with professional dancers and put on their own performances. Bachelor's programs are designed to prepare dancers for performance or education careers. Applicants to either of these programs will need a high school diploma .
Elective(Select any one of the subject) 1) Kuravanji
Recitation of Margam
Theory of Margam
Allied: Vocal upto Varnam
Individuals who have completed a formal dance program at the associate degree level may find job opportunities as a:
Dance fitness instructor
Earning a master's degree in dance can provide advanced employment opportunities for dance professionals and help individuals prepare for long-term career options once their performance days are over. Career opportunities may include:
Private studio ownership
By earning an undergraduate or a graduate degree in dance, students improve both their technical abilities and their knowledge of the art form. Dance-related career opportunities depend on graduates' level of education, but could include jobs as instructors, studio owners and choreographers.