Modern Dance (Levels 2-4): Utilizes release-based techniques with an emphasis on floorwork and somatic experimentation.                                                         

Dance Pedagogy: Provides hands on teaching opportunities for future educators, imparting skills to navigate and celebrate a world of diverse learners. 

Dance Improvisation: Reflects on the past, present, and future of improvisational dance while offering a safe space for exploration, research, analysis, and play. 

Dance Filmmaking: Filmmakers explore and create from diverse perspectives as they gain hands on skills in cinematography, directing, and editing. 

Choreography 1: An exploration of the solo form through foundational skills in dance composition. Individuals examine their relationship to creative choice-making as they build and perform movement studies. 

Embodied Wellness:  Students explore embodied wellness through synchronous morning movement sessions, and asynchronous research modules that explore health topics relevant to dance professionals. 

Dance Collaborations: (Original Special Topic) Students research and utilize the creative process as they collaborate with artists from across various mediums. 

Directed Studies: Taxonomy of Movement: Coding for Dance