The Department of Health and Human Performance at Coppin State University makes available several dance education and performance concentrations that focus on dance as culture.
The Dance Program is committed to preparing students for a career in dance education and performance by providing them with an intense program that includes: (1) scholarly inquiries; (2) performance opportunities; (3) choreographic projects; (4) master class workshops; and (5) teaching internships.
The dance faculty consists of artists, educators and scholars who are committed to providing the student with a comprehensive and diverse core training curriculum in dance technique and research.
Focus on Performance
The Dance Program has several performance venues throughout the year for students interested in mastering their performance and production proficiency.
- Spring Dance Concert
- Studio Night Open House
- Student-Faculty Dance Concert
- Black Colleges Dance Exchange
- American College Dance Festival
- College and Community Organizations
Focus on Teaching
The Dance Program has teaching opportunities for students interested in exploring dance education as a career.
- CSU School of Dance
- Department of Parks and Recreation
- City & County Public Schools
- Private Studios
BRAVO! Community Youth Dance Program Information
Meet the Instructors & Early Registration:
Friday, September 6 from 5.30-7.30 pm & Saturday, September 7 from 11-1:00 pm in the PEC Dance Studio.
Late Registration begins on September 12 during class times.
Coppin State University Summer Youth Dance Program Africa, Hip Hop, Jazz, Modern, Pilates, Yoga and more!
AGES: 7-14 years with some dance experience
SESSION I: June 23-July 4, 2014
SESSION II: July 7-18, 2014
TUITION: $165.00 PER SESSION (2 weeks)
Weekly before care=$20 (7:30-8:45 A.M.)
Weekly after care=$20 (4:15-5:45 P.M.)
Weekly before and after care=$35 (per week)
For more information or register your child, contact Professor Coles at email@example.com or 410-951-3355.