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Dance Minors

Through the dance minor, students have the opportunity to select the specific courses which best fulfill their needs while maintaining an overall balance. A dance minor may be preparing for graduate study or for work as a performer, choreographer, educator, or dance therapist. Additionally, our dance minor tracks will enhance students’ studies as they ready themselves for careers and service as arts entrepreneurs or administrators, physical therapists, physicians, or in disciplines such as Africana studies, design, film, and engineering.

Our two dance minor tracks let you choose whether to pursue a focused study of your area of interest or explore dance on a broader level:

  • Dance Performance and Choreography
  • Dance Studies

Admissions Process

Current NC State students can use the self-service Change of Degree Application (CODA) portal to add the dance minor to their degree plan. Afterward, a dance minor advisor will contact you to discuss your goals and plan of study. Prospective students do not need to declare the minor in advance of their admission to the university.


Please contact Amy Love Beasley, dance minors coordinator, with your questions about the dance minors.

Amy Love Beasley

Assistant Teaching Professor | Dance Minors Coordinator