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The Dance program at Radford University prepares undergraduate students for lives and careers as dancers, teachers, choreographers, and scholars. Our curriculum fosters an environment committed to dance as an autonomous and major art form and realizes the many significant roles dance plays in world cultures.
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Select Your Path

Bachelor of Fine Arts with a Concentration in Performance 
Prepare for your career as a performer or choreographer with this concentration.

Bachelor of Fine Arts with a Concentration in Dance Entrepreneurship
This concentration prepares you for your career as a dance educator, administrator, and entrepreneur.

Bachelor of Arts
Prepare for your career or continued study in dance-related areas with this degree option. Students often double major in this program.

Why Study Dance

  • You’ll learn technique, theory, teaching, and creative process.
  • Students get the chance to perform in concerts.
  • Learn dance production skills.
  • You’ll have the flexibility to create unique academic paths with options in B.A, B.S., B.F.A., and Minor.

Opportunities for Dance students at Radford

Take part in campus and community productions.

Students may choose to double major in allied health sciences, occupational therapy, nursing, psychology, and business. 20% of our students are also in the Honors College and/or participate in the Research Rookies program.

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We want to get to know you better and we are excited that you are ready to take your next step and learn more about us. We are here to help you and look forward to working with you during your college search process.