DANCE 100 Dance Appreciation (GA) Explore dance as a vital, communicative and performing art, reflecting social values and cultural beliefs.
DANCE 231 Beginning Ballet I (1.5) An introduction to the techniques of ballet.
DANCE 232 Beginning Ballet II (1.5) A continuation of Beginning Ballet I to augment technical proficiency.
DANCE 241 Beginning Jazz I (1.5) An introduction to the techniques of Jazz dance.
DANCE 242 Beginning Jazz II (1.5) A continuation of Beginning Jazz I to augment technical proficiency.
DANCE 261 (GA) Beginning Modern Dance I (1.5) Introduction to modern dance as an art form
DANCE 270 (GHA) Introduction to Bartenieff Fundamentals (3) Physical and theoretical approach to movement: facilitates efficiency, and expression through dynamic alignment, mobility, kinesthetic awareness; reduce physical injuries.
DANCE 296, 496 Independent studies Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
DANCE 297, 497 Special Topics Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
DANCE 341 Intermediate Jazz I A continuation of the course work established in DANCE 242, Beginning Jazz II.
DANCE 342 Intermediate Jazz II A continuation of the course work established in DANCE 341, Intermediate Jazz I.
DANCE 482 Introduction to Laban Movement Analysis (3) Observe and analyze movement elements by exploring concepts of Body, Effort, Shape, and Space to increase personal communication and expression.
DANCE 484 (US;IL) Dance History (3) Survey of dance history concerning perspectives of culture, race, and gender with a focus on Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries.
Contemporary Movement Lab I (3)
Contemporary Movement Lab II (3)
Contemporary Movement Lab III (3)
Contact:Ms. KT Huckabee
Assistant Professor of Integrative Arts and Dance
Arts and Humanities
Office: 127 Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts