College of the Arts

Dance Program


Do you have a passion for dance? Join our Dance Program for an active learning approach to subjects such as Aerial, Ballet, Modern Dance, Composition, Dance History, Social Dance, and more.

Choose whether you want to complete a BA/BS in Dance, Integrated Studies with a Dance emphasis, or a Dance minor. Blaze your own trail!

Faculty & Staff

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Degrees Offered

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Whether it’s a concert or a class, our events are definitely something you won’t want to miss. Get these dates on your calendar today!


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The Dance Scholarship Audition is an opportunity for students interested in pursuing a major or minor in dance to visit campus and meet faculty and students in the UT Dance Program. We look forward to your visit!


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Dance Performance

The Dance Program at Utah Tech University provides a variety of performance opportunities for Dance Majors, Minors, and other students actively enrolled in UT dance technique courses.


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Our Mission

The mission of the Dance program at Utah Tech University is to provide a diverse population of students the opportunity to achieve their dance education goals by developing the skills of embodied practice and scholarly and creative inquiry. Offering a BA/BS degree, as well as a minor in Dance, the program provides students a broad understanding of dance as an academic and professional discipline through technical, creative, and contextual courses, which complement and reinforce one another. Dance program faculty actively engage with students in the classroom and provide mentorship in areas of professional interest. The program produces three mainstage concerts each year featuring student, faculty, and guest artist choreography and participates in the American College Dance Association regional conference.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Perform dance with artistry while demonstrating technical competency.
  • Compose original dance works that implement the choreographic process as creative research from artistic stimulus to finished product.
  • Analyze the discourse of dance, including the historical and cultural development of dance as an art form, from multiple sources and perspectives and articulate an informed point of view in verbal and written communication.
  • Analyze and apply concepts of dance science and somatics to personal movement practice and pedagogy.
  • Implement the knowledge and skills necessary for pursuing a career in the dance field.



Dean, College of the Arts


Phone: 435-652-7792

Office: ECCLES 109

Sara Gallo

Dance Program Director


Phone: 435-652-7885

Office: ECCLES 110

Brian Grob



Phone: 435-879-4346

Office: ECCLES 103