Students can earn a secondary major, a dance performance certificate, or a dance minor, which provide a rich background in dance as well as amazing performance opportunities.
Dance at K-State
The dance program at Kansas State University offers an interdisciplinary secondary major, a dance certificate, and a dance minor with extensive performance opportunities through faculty concerts, student concerts, and ensembles.
Our Fulbright and NEA award-winning faculty are dedicated teachers and professionals engaged in inter disciplinary performance and research, who will help you develop skills in performance, creation, pedagogy, and research. The training experience is further enriched by the master classes and performance residencies of guest artists. If you would like to learn more about the K-State Dance Program, please contact us to set up a campus visit and be sure to join us for Dance Day.
The K-State Dance program is dedicated to nurturing strong, well-rounded, and versatile dance artists and educators. While honoring the importance of a broad, liberal arts curriculum, the Dance program provides quality training in dance technique, choreography, pedagogy, and production. Central to the Dance program is the performance of well-danced, quality choreography, collaboration across disciplines, and the vitality of human diversity.