Minor in Dance

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The dance minor is available to undergraduate students who want to combine an interest in dance with a major in another area of study. The minor allows students flexibility in constructing a program of courses to enhance and complement any chosen major.

Dance Minor

The dance minor is available to undergraduate students who want to combine an interest in dance with a major in another area of study. The minor allows students flexibility in constructing a program of courses to enhance and complement any chosen major.

Dance courses applied to the minor must be passed with grades of C– or better. Most upper-division courses have prerequisites, corequisites, or both.

Dance Minor Requirements

Dance courses applied to the minor must be passed with a grade of C– or better. Minors are encouraged to take Looking at Dance (DAN 251) as an arts and letters group-satisfying course and Anatomy of Human Movement (DAN 260) as a science group-satisfying course to enrich their understanding of dance, even though these courses do not count toward the minimum 26 credits required for the minor.

Technique 19
Contemporary I
Contemporary II
Contemporary III
Ballet I
Ballet II
Ballet III
Hip Hop I
Hip Hop II
Hip Hop III
African I
African II
Special Studies: [Topic]
Special Studies: [Topic]
Special Studies: [Topic]
Advanced Movement Practice
Performance2
Student Dance Concert Performance
Workshop: [Topic]
Dema African Performance Ensemble: [Topic]
DAN 480
Student Dance Collective: [Topic]
Creative Practice1
Dance Improvisation: [Topic]
Theory 214
Screendance: History and Theory
Looking at Dance
Dance Production I
DAN 256
Musical Elements of Dance
Anatomy of Human Movement
African Dance Aesthetics
Dance Production II
Dance Kinesiology
Dance and Power
Contemporary Issues in Dance
Music for Dancers
Teaching Dance
Total Credits26