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"Lake Superior State University's Sport and Recreation Management program is second to none!", says Justin Andre, Director of Hanson Hills Recreation Area, in scenic Grayling, Michigan.

College of Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities

Dance (Fine and Performing Arts Department)

Dance Program

All students are welcome to take dance classes to:

  • Satisfy course requirements
  • Leanr a new skill
  • Meet great people
  • Perform
  • Minor in dance

All ability levels welcome!

Our dance program is comprehensive, challenging and ever-changing to meet the needs of our students.

Our mission is to enthusiastically and passionately bring the art of dance to students of all abilities and interest levels. This process will include providing students with encouraging opportunities to create and develop artistically, intellectually and physically. Success is measured and evident as students find their potential in the classroom, in performance, and in our community through dance education outreach and performance.

In order to support the general population of students at LSSU, the dance program is designed to meet student’s educational and recreational goals, which include practical application and support of their major career goals.

Dance Program Options

  1. Dance Minor - 21 credits.  The Dance Minor is obtainable for all students.
  2. Fine Arts Studies – Dance Concentration – 21 credits. 
  3. Dance credits are open to all students and may be taken for credit toward the dance minor, or as electives.

List of Courses in Dance Program

  • Ballet I, II and III
  • Advanced Dance Technique Ballet and Contemporary
  • Contemporary I and II
  • Scottish Highland
  • Social Dance
  • Creative Movement for Elementary Educators
  • Dance History
  • Choreography
  • Musical Theatre: Tap/Jazz
  • Movement for Actors
  • Dance Company - entrance by audition for men and
    women with previous dance training

Pedagogic Performance

"My objective is to create positive dance experiences. Students will retain what is important to them, but it is my privilege and duty to provide options; opportunities for creativity and to shape student’s understanding of how they fit into the history that dance has made."

Deborah Choszczyk, Assistant Professor
MAEd, Hamline University
BA Theatre and Dance, Alma College
Dance Director
Distinguished Teaching Award, 2013

 

Best Designs

Brittany Currie

Second Place
Lake Superior State University

Laker Lifters

2003 ASME Regional Students Conference District Design Competition – Region 5

March 20, 2003
Toronto, Ontario

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