School of Liberal Arts and Education Sciences

Dance

RPC-SO-25-No.488-2017 of July 19, 2017 - On-Site Modality

Danza

Description of the Career

Third Level Program (Undergraduate) that trains professionals in dance, bilingual, creative, able to respond to the artistic-cultural needs of society.

Differentiator Value

  • Unique in the country.
  • Teaching staff with a degree in the specialty.
  • Classroom with wooden floor, mirrors, bar and audiovisual.
  • First university in the city that started this degree.
  • Teachers with international experience.
  • Application of active and participatory methodologies.
  • Artistic presentations of cultural diffusion.
  • Master Class with artists and teachers of great international trajectory.
  • Agreements with artistic institutions.
  • Participation in International Competitions.

Professional Profile

  • Choreographer.
  • Teacher in Dance.
  • Advisor in choreography.
  • Advisor in choreographic and pedagogical instruction in Academic and jazz dance.
  • Producer of dance shows.
  • Performer in Academic dance or Jazz and musical theater.
  • Professional dancer.
  • Director of cultural project design in dance areas.

Egress Profile

  • Composes, executes and puts on stage choreographies of the traditional repertoire.
  • Work as professional interpreter-dancer in dance companies.
  • Methodologically advises the subjects of academic and jazz dance.
  • Design and manage artistic-cultural projects related to academic dance and jazz.
  • Participate in artistic-cultural research.
  • Apply knowledge of a second language if required in communication.
  • Implements its own School or Institution in dance.
  • Form ensembles or dance groups for artistic presentations.
  • Prepares academic and jazz dance classes for teaching in the artistic field of dance.
  • Demonstrate work habits necessary for the development of the profession such as teamwork, persistence, academic rigor, creativity.

Fields of Action

  • Dance companies.
  • In Ministry of Culture agencies.
  • Dance training institutions.
  • Dance academies.
  • Choreographic improvisation laboratories.
  • Theaters.
  • Educational institutions that teach dance classes.
  • Schools.
  • Producers of television, radio, cinema, who need choreographers or dancers.
  • Theatrical companies.
  • This profession currently covers many occupational spaces and areas in the labor market.

Curricular mesh

Admissions 2019

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