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Dance Minor

Credit Hours: 18

Minor Requirements:

At least nine credit hours in the minor at the 200 level or above must be earned at the College of Charleston.

Jazz Technique: Select two credit hours selected from:

THTR 135

Beginning Jazz Dance for Non-Majors or

DANC 235

Jazz Dance Technique

Ballet Technique: Two credit hours selected from:

THTR 185

Beginning Ballet for Non-Majors

THTR 186

Intermediate Ballet for Non-Majors

DANC 285

Classical Ballet Technique I

DANC 385

Classical Ballet Technique II

Modern Technique: Two credit hours selected from:

THTR 137

Elementary Modern Dance for Non-Majors

THTR 138

Intermediate Modern Dance for Non-Majors

DANC 237

Modern Dance Technique I

DANC 337

Modern Dance Technique II

One course of a higher skill level (than the one used above) in either Modern or Ballet Technique (two credit hours):

THTR 138

Intermediate Modern Dance for Non-Majors

THTR 186

Intermediate Ballet for Non-Majors

DANC 237

Modern Dance Technique I

DANC 285

Classical Ballet Technique I

DANC 337

Modern Dance Technique II

DANC 385

Classical Ballet Technique II

History Course: Three credit hours selected from:

DANC 330

History of Non-Western Dance or

DANC 331

History of Western Dance

Electives: Six credit hours selected from:

DANC 330

History of Non-Western Dance or

DANC 331

History of Western Dance (If not taken above)

DANC 332

Dance Improvisation and Choreography

DANC 333

Dance Choreography II

DANC 351

Dance Pedagogy and Practice

DANC 421

Applied Kinesiology for Dance

DANC 442

Career Seminar in Dance

Practicum: One credit hour selected from:

THTR 200

General Practicum

THTR 201

Production Practicum

THTR 202

Theatre Performance Practicum

NOTE: No more than eight credit hours of basic education activity theory (100 level) PEAC/PEHD or DANC/THTR cross-listed dance/activity courses may be applied toward the degree. As per the College's Course Repetition Policy, enrolling in a pre-requisite course for a previously passed course is coded 'X' (Repeat Exclude) - which means the grade will not be calculated into GPA nor will earned hours, quality hours, or quality points be awarded. Only fourteen hours from technique classes at or below the 300 level are counted towards graduation.