The Bachelor of Dance Practice is a specialised degree for individuals passionate about dance and ready to make it their career.
This degree provides students with the skills and knowledge to be leaders within the dance industry and within a wide range of roles such as dance teaching, facilitation of dance for community groups, event management and administration, and as dance practitioners and artists. The Bachelor of Dance Practice can also act as a pathway to the Bachelor of Dance Education.
The Bachelor of Dance Education is a specialist professional qualification delivered full-time over four years. Unique in Australia, the Bachelor of Dance Education provides the knowledge and skills to become a qualified Dance teacher and Physical and Health Education teacher. The degree develops in each student the requisite pedagogical knowledge and understanding to be an effective classroom ready teacher. To ensure classroom readiness students undertake school based practical experience throughout their degree.
The Bachelor of Health Science (Dance) develops students’ understanding of synergies between dance and health science to facilitate work in public and private organisations across a range of occupations. Given the main instrument in dance is the human body, students will learn how to apply scientific principles to dance movements and develop a greater understanding of dance techniques and apply health science knowledge to improve dance performance.