The BAA Dance Graduation (Basic Admission Area), offers the qualifications of Bachelor in Dance and a Dance Licensing Degree. The courses enable the student, after completing a basic set of subjects, to choose between one or the other type of training.
The courses aim to provide its students to experience in practice a proposal for education in line with contemporary times, reflecting on its contents and methodologies, and an understanding of the need for new behaviors and attitudes in human, artistic, pedagogical and epistemological relationships.
The curricular designs of the Bachelor and Licensing Degree in Dance are flexible, with an updated bibliography, allowing the autonomy of the student. Specific and diversified knowledge is organized in the form of modules and laboratories. Its environment allows trans and interdisciplinary approaches to knowledge, always being methodological, dialogical and inclusive.
The course enhances the formation of the artist and / or educator in dance who seeks and recognizes its potential: artistic identity; critical thinking in the face of current challenges related to artistic production and dance education; the promotion and dynamics of creative and training processes; understanding the fundamentals and principles of human movement, aesthetics and training; its performance in the professional markets where it operates, as well as its possible performance in the fields of management and research related to artistic and / or educational processes in dance, in basic education and in free courses and / or other artistic-educational environments.
The course also has an integrated student service network at UFBA, through programs aimed at the inclusion and permanence of students within the University, providing assistance in healthcare and social areas, in addition to encouraging participation in Extra Curricular Programs and / or Extension activities and Research Labs.
|Bachelor Degree||With License for Teaching|
|Period: 06 semesters||Period: 7 semesters|
|Workload: 2.529 h||Workload: 3.107 h|