The Acting/Dance Studies Minor is designed for students who are interested in areas of performance – acting and/or dance – and who desire the opportunity to explore these areas through the prescribed course work of a minor.
Courses are appropriate for students who have little or no performance experience as well as those with a significant background in either acting or dance. Students may choose from a variety of possible combinations including courses in dance, acting and academic subjects.
Students are advised to consult with the School of Performance Academic Coordinator before commencing courses in the Minor.
Administered by: School of Performance
To receive this Minor, students must complete six (6) courses from the following curriculum:
Two (2) Required courses:
|THF 101||Elements of Production I|
|THF 200||Timelines of Performance History I|
Plus four (4) of the following:
|THD 220||Latin American Dance Forms|
|THD 320||Western Dance Styles|
|THF 201||Timelines of Performance History II|
|THF 316||The Global Stage|
|THF 325||Musical Theatre|
|THF 403||Landmarks in Canadian Theatre|
|THF 405||Human Development in the Arts|
|THL 100||Theatre and the Canadian Identity|