The Bachelor of Arts in Dance at Rowan University is a professionally oriented performance degree that integrates the study of dance within a liberal arts curriculum. The program provides students with the means to develop technical and creative potential while learning to express themselves as diverse and informed artist and teachers. Our theoretical and practical approach to the art form strives to stimulate physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual growth; thus preparing the student for professional careers in dance.
Practice your craft like never before…
Rowan is a cutting-edge Performing Arts Program in the Northeast, strategically located 20 miles outside of Philadelphia and 90 miles from New York City. Our unique program differentiates our graduates from other artists in their field by emphasizing the integrated study of Theatre and Dance where we develop highly skilled and well-rounded performers, designers, and technicians who make creative, vibrant, and connected physical choices on stage and in the classroom.
At Rowan, we foster a nurturing environment that creates a holistic artist prepared for the physical demands of a career in contemporary theatre and dance. In conjunction with core major classes, Rowan offers intellectually challenging and stimulating courses to create well-rounded students.
Our award-winning program is led by a group of faculty and staff members that maintain professional artistic careers in New Jersey, Philadelphia, and New York. The professional affiliations and connections within our department help provide current students and graduates alike with a smooth transition into the professional world with a host of opportunities in all aspects of the theatre.
NICOLE TINTLE: (‘17 BA Dance, BA Public Relations) – Nicole seamlessly combined her double major and currently works as a public relations technician for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
HALEY MIGEOT (‘19 BA Dance, minors in Chemistry and Biology) is currently pursuing a master’s in Nutrition and Dietetics at Rowan University to become a registered dietitian. Haley performed with companies such as Footwerx Tap Company and presented her work at the American College Dance Festival. She currently teaches dance at The Dance Factory
in Glassboro, NJ.