The curriculum leads to a Bachelor's Degree in Visual Arts and Dance (with mention in: Classical Dance, Contemporary Dance, Spanish Dance, Dance Theater, Acrobatic and Circus Dance), by the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (IUDAA-URJC).
The Degree in Visual Arts and Dance with Mentions is a shared degree developed by the Instituto Superior de Danza "Alicia Alonso", which is in charge of 87% of the contents in collaboration with the Department of Educational Sciences, Language, Culture and Arts, Historical-Legal and Humanistic Sciences and Modern Languages of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, which assumes 13% of the contents of the theoretical subjects.
Our graduates are trained in the principles of artistic excellence, with a broad knowledge of the technique, methodology and repertoire of dance and theater, which reinforce their technical mastery and stage maturity, consolidated throughout their four years of studies.
Our graduates are guaranteed the continuity of their studies through postgraduate training programs: Master in Performing Arts and the Master in Management and Leadership of Cultural Projects, being able to conclude their formative stage, accessing the programs of the International Doctoral School of the URJC.
The specializations are the specialties of the degree that enable graduates to perform highly qualified functions, providing a curricular deepening that broadens their knowledge, multiplying their possibilities of empliabilidad to cover a greater number of fields of knowledge.
Artistic experience through continuous stage practices throughout the career.
Dance and theater body techniques.
Choreographic Composition techniques.
Scenography and lighting design.
History of the Performing Arts and its evolution.
Methodological bases of the academic techniques applied to Visual Arts and Dance.
Audiovisual Communication Techniques.
New performance technologies.
Interactive media management.
Technologies applied to choreographic composition, stage design and editing.
Criticism and writing.
Intellectual Property and Copyright.
Technologies applied to choreographic composition, scenic design and edition.
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