The dance minor for the baccalaureate degree is intended to provide students majoring in other academic fields with a sub-concentration in the area of dance studies with an emphasis on cultural and artistic dance practices. The minor in dance requires 18 semester credit hours (SCH) of study in dance; six of which must be advanced (3000-4000 level). Dance majors may not select dance as a minor.
|DNCE 1171||Bartenieff Fundamentals of Movement||1|
|DNCE 2143||Dance and Globalization||3|
|or DNCE 2393||Understanding the Arts: Dance|
7 SCH of dance technique selected from the following: Modern, Ballet, Tap, Urban & Global Dance Practices, or Summer Dance Workshops.
|Electives: Select 6 SCH from the following 3000-4000 level classes||6|
|World of the Imagination in Art, Dance, and Film|
|History of Dance|
|Summer Dance Intensive|
|Contemporary Trends and Issues in Choreography and Performance|
Additional Dance courses may be approved by the minor advisor.