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1 Dance Dance (A Division of the Theatre and Dance Department) Richard Clifford, Department Chair Shawn Fisher, Area Coordinator Wendy Bone, Shawn Fisher, Gary Larsen, Jennifer Wadsworth Kathy Whitworth, Secretary (208) The Dance Area offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance. This degree is designed to prepare students to find successful career opportunities as a dance professional. During their studies students will acquire the knowledge and experience necessary to become a highly qualified and sound dance educator. The Dance Area also offers a minor in dance. Central Aims 1. Provide opportunities for the student to develop spiritually, artistically, intellectually and physically. This is accomplished through our desire to emphasize gospel principles, personal integrity, individual enrichment and sensitivity to multiple perspectives. 2. Graduates in dance will have a versatile, but quality foundational experience to begin a career in dance as a dance educator. 3. Students will learn through dance that they can become better individuals by living the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, enhancing their roles as creative and artistic individuals, church members, citizens and parents. 4. Our goal is to challenge students to become individual thinkers, serve the community and make artistic efforts that refl ect a richly complex and diverse global perspective. Objectives 1. identify and work conceptually with the physical, emotional and theoretical elements of composition, style, pedagogy and performance. 2. demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of the body based on kinesiologically applied movement principles, somatic understanding and historical context within an LDS perspective. 3. exhibit performance and/or instructionalprofi ciency in modern/ contemporary dance coupled with an awareness and appreciation of all genres of dance. 4. develop, articulate and defend analytical evaluations based on individual experience and synthesis within a diverse global framework. 5. continue academic and performance studies of dance in graduate school (see below). 6. access employment in teaching, choreography and performance (see below). Successful graduates in dance are well suited for careers in performance and choreography on dance companies and in freelance settings. Acquired skills also permit the teaching of dance at public schools, private dance studios, community theatre, fi tness centers teaching dance technique, composition, improvisation, body conditioning, health and fi tness. With additional schooling and licensure a graduate could proceed into higher education teaching, dance history, research, specialized dance and integrated movement therapy. Graduates may also be suited to work in areas of arts management / administration, public relations, personal consulting, dance criticism, community and outreach work. Dance Major Status: The Department of Theatre and Dance has a fi rst-year open enrollment policy for all students to attempt the Dance BA degree. Students may initially declare a Dance Major at the time of application to the University. However all declared Dance Majors whether new, continuing, or transfer students are considered as Prospective Dance Majors until they are formally accepted by the department into the Dance Major. Formal acceptance will be made after the successful completion of a profi ciency audition. Students are encouraged to audition during their Freshman year, preferably during their fi rst semester. Written applications should be submitted no later than one week prior to auditions. Both the number of sections and available faculty assignments and resources limit the number of majors accepted annually. Students will be notifi ed of their status a few weeks after the audition. Students who have declared themselves majors but have not been accepted will need to change their major to something other than Dance. Students who have not completed the change of major by the fi rst day of the next semester will have their major changed automatically to General Studies (399). Only those students accepted as Dance Majors may enroll in many upper level dance classes that require major status for registration. Students who are not accepted for a Dance Major may use the accomplished classes toward requirements for a Dance Minor or Cluster. Each semester all students enrolled in the dance major must complete a jury examination to determine fi nal grade and advancement within the degree. The juried performance consists of a demonstration of modern/contemporary dance technique acquired in class. Students must successfully pass all juries as required in order to advance. In addition to technical movement and achievement, advancement is also dependent on department involvement and demonstrated personal responsibility. Auditions An audition is required to participate in Dance Alliance or Collegiate Dancers. 223 All audition dates and times are posted online at dance.

2 Dance Dance Core Take these courses: DANCE DANCE DANCE 310R 1 DANCE DANCE DANCE Take 1 course: DANCE DANCE 498R 1 1 Teaching Courses Take 9 credits: DANCE DANCE DANCE DANCE Enrichment Courses Take 4 credits: DANCE 299R 1-3 DANCE DANCE 478R or 488R 1-3 DANCE 498R BA in Dance (655) Take Required Foundation Courses Major Requirements No Grade Less Than C- in Major Courses Technique Courses* Take each of these courses twice: DANCE 240R 2 DANCE 290R 1 DANCE 340R 2 DANCE 390R 2 14 Take each of these courses twice: DANCE 440R 2 DANCE 496R 1 or Take this courses twice: DANCE 443R 2 6 Total Major Credits=54 Elective Courses** Take 8 credits: DANCE 231R 1 DANCE 270R 1 DANCE 271R 1 DANCE 284R 1 DANCE 331R 1 DANCE DANCE 371R 2 DANCE 384R 2 DANCE 458R 2 DANCE 484R 2 8 **Elective technique courses are repeatable and majors are encouraged to take an entire sequence for knowledge and skill depth. (e.g. DA284R, DA384R, DA484R, DA358, DA458 for a ballroom sequence) Additional Elective Credits Required for Graduation=26 Program Notes: *Majors should be enrolled in a Tech class each semester. All courses are intended to be repeatable to help majors maintain and develop competency. Placement auditions in class will determine appropriate skill level. Upper division courses can be substituted for lower division credits if student competency places them in a higher level. This major is available on the following tracks: Fall-Winter---- YES Winter-Spring---- YES Spring-Fall---- No Minor in Dance (183) Minor Requirements No Grade Less Than C- for Minor Courses - No Double Counting of Minor Courses Core Courses Take these courses: DANCE 240R 2 DANCE DANCE 290R** 2 DANCE Supplemental Courses Take 2 credits: DANCE DANCE 271R 1 DANCE 280M 1 DANCE 280W 1 DANCE 281M 1 DANCE 281W 1 DANCE 290R 1 DANCE 340R 2 DANCE 371R 2 2 Take 4 credits: (Choose 4 credits from either Performance and/or Teaching) Performance Group: DANCE 478R 1-3 DANCE 488R 1-3 Teaching Techniques: DANCE 299R 1-3 DANCE DANCE DANCE Elective Courses* Take 5 credits: DANCE DANCE DANCE DANCE DANCE 180M 1 DANCE 180W 1 DANCE 181M 1 DANCE 181W 1 DANCE 184M 1 DANCE 184W 1 DANCE 185M 1 DANCE 185W 1 Cont next column Cont from previous column DANCE DANCE 231R 1 DANCE 270R 1 DANCE 271R 1 DANCE 284R 1 DANCE 331R 1 DANCE 340R 2 DANCE 371R 2 DANCE 384R 2 DANCE 390R 2 DANCE 458R 2 DANCE 484R 2 DANCE 498R Program Notes: *Elective technique courses are repeatable and majors are encouraged to take an entire sequence for knowledge and skill depth. (e.g. DA284R, DA384R, DA484R, DA358, DA458 for a ballroom sequence) **Take Dance 290R 2 times for 2 credits. Total Minor Credits=20 This minor is available on the following tracks: Fall-Winter---- YES Winter-Spring---- YES Spring-Fall---- NO 224

3 Dance Dance Pre-approved Cluster Dance 5100 Take 8-10 credits: DANCE 231R Jazz Dance, Intermediate 1 DANCE 240R Modern Dance Technique 1 2 DANCE 270R World Dance Intermediate 1 DANCE 271R Clog Dance Technique 1 1 DANCE 284R Ballroom Technique 1 1 DANCE 290R Ballet Technique 1 1 DANCE 331R Jazz Dance, Advanced 1 DANCE 340R Modern Dance Technique 2 2 DANCE 371R Clog Technique 2 2 DANCE 384R Ballroom Technique 2 2 DANCE 390R Ballet Technique 2 2 DANCE 440R Modern Dance Technique 3 2 DANCE 484R Ballroom Technique 3 2 Take 2-4 credits: DANCE 242 Improvisation and Choreography 2 DANCE 295 Dance Kinesiology 1 3 DANCE 356 Techniques of Teaching Dance 2 DANCE 358 Teaching Techniques of Social Dance 3 DANCE 402 History of Dance 3 DANCE 442 Choreographic Explorations 3 DANCE 458R Teaching Techniques of Social Dance, Advanced 2 Take 3 credits: DANCE 131 Jazz Dance, Beginning 1 DANCE 135 Tap Dance 1 DANCE 140 Modern Dance, Beginning 1 DANCE 170 World Dance, Beginning 1 DANCE 171 Clog Dance, Beginning 1 DANCE 180 Social Dance, Beginning 1 DANCE 181 Country Western Social Dance, Beginning 1 DANCE 184 International Standard Beginning 1 DANCE 185 International Latin Beginning 1 DANCE 190 Ballet Beginning 1 Total Credits 13 Course Descriptions Credits* DANCE 103 Introduction to Dance Major and Professions (1:1:1) This course is designed to help potential dance majors or minors explore career opportunities in dance during their freshman year. Students will be guided in determining a career path, selecting a complementary minor or clusters and outlining a four year plan. These objectives will be accomplished through class discussion, guest lectures, library research tools, readings, as well as gospel insights. DANCE 131 Jazz Dance, Beginning (1:0:2) A movement class where rhythms, style, and technique of jazz dancing are introduced to the student, including basic jazz terminology. DANCE 135 Tap Dance (1:0:2) A movement class where the rhythms, styles, and techniques of beginning tap dancing are introduced to the student, including basic tap terminology. DANCE 140 Modern Dance, Beginning (1:0:2) This course focuses on the fundamental dance techniques in modern dance emphasizing development in body, motion, space, time, and energy awareness. DANCE 170 World Dance, Beginning (1:0:2) This is an introductory movement class where students will learn selected rhythms, styles and techniques representing numerous international cultures and dance styles. Basic terminology, formations, styles and steps will provide a general understanding of world dance, its location and function within the dance world. DANCE 171 Clog Dance, Beginning (1:0:2) This is an introductory movement course where students will learn selected rhythms, styles and techniques of clogging. Basic terminology, elements and steps will provide a fundamental understanding of the subject matter corresponding to its location and function within the dance world. DANCE 180M Social Dance, Beginning (1:0:2) Total Course Fees: $5.00 For beginners with an emphasis on partner dances in a social setting. The following fi ve dances will be taught: Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, Swing (various styles) and Polka. DANCE 180W Social Dance, Beginning (1:0:2) Total Course Fees: $5.00 For beginners with an emphasis on partner dances in a social setting. The following fi ve dances will be taught: Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, Swing (various styles) and Polka. DANCE 181M Country Western Social Dance, Beginning (1:0:2) A course designed to develop skills of country western social dancing. DANCE 181W Country Western Social Dance, Beginning (1:0:2) A course designed to develop skills of country western social dancing. DANCE 184M International Standard Beginning (1:0:2) taught each semester: Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Quickstep. 225

4 DANCE 184W International Standard Beginning (1:0:2) taught each semester: Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Quickstep. DANCE 185M International Latin Beginning (1:0:2) taught each semester: Cha Cha, Rumba, Paso Doble, Samba. DANCE 185W International Latin Beginning (1:0:2) taught each semester: Cha Cha, Rumba, Paso Doble, Samba. DANCE 190 Ballet Beginning (1:0:2) This course provides introductory background knowledge and experience in ballet technique, including alignment, kinesthetic movement principles, terminology and ballet history. DANCE 231R Jazz Dance Intermediate (1:0:3) Prerequisites: DANCE 131 or consent of instructor A movement class where intermediate levels of rhythms, style, and technique of jazz dance are explored, including jazz terminology. Formerly DANCE 231 DANCE 240R Modern Dance Technique 1 (2:0:5) Prerequisites: Placement audition in class Fundamental dance techniques in ballet and modern dance emphasizing development in body, motion, space, time and energy awareness. DANCE 242 Improvisation and Choreography (2:0:4) Improvisation and composition are an integral part of a dancer s education. A study of the basic elements of dance, improvisation and composition will lead to the creation of a movement product. These practices will develop the ability to communicate ideas using the body as the instrument of expression. DANCE 270R World Dance Technique 1 (1:0:3) Prerequisites: DANCE 170 This is a movement class where intermediate/advanced level of World Dance will be introduced to the student. Accompanying terminology and background will provide a deep understanding of the subject corresponding to its location and function within the greater dance world. Formerly DANCE 270 DANCE 271R Clog Dance Technique 1 (1:0:3) Prerequisites: DANCE 171 This is a movement class where intermediate level rhythms, styles, and techniques of clog dance are experienced. DANCE 280M Social Dance Intermediate 1 (1:0:2) Prerequisites: DANCE 180M taught each semester: Waltz, Cha Cha, Tango, Rumba and Merengue. DANCE 280W Social Dance Intermediate 1 (1:0:2) Prerequisites: DANCE 180W taught each semester: Waltz, Cha Cha, Tango, Rumba and Merengue. Dance DANCE 281M Social Dance Intermediate 2 (1:0:2) Prerequisites: DANCE 180M taught each semester: Foxtrot, Swing, Mambo, West Coast Swing and Night Club Two-Step. DANCE 281W Social Dance Intermediate 2 (1:0:2) Prerequisites: DANCE 180W taught each semester: Foxtrot, Swing, Mambo, West Coast Swing and Night Club Two-Step. DANCE 284R Ballroom Technique 1 (1:0:3) Total Course Fees: $20.00 Prerequisites: DANCE 184 OR DANCE 185 OR DANCE 280 A course designed to develop skills of ballroom dancing. Six dances will be covered each semester, from both of the American styles. DANCE 290R Ballet Technique 3 (1:0:3) Prerequisites: DANCE 190 This course will explore ballet through an understanding of kinesthetic awareness. Developing this concious attention to the body will allow the dancer to learn the difference between effi cient movement and ineffi cient movement, a principle that can be used not only in dance but also in everyday life. DANCE 295 Dance Kinesiology 1 (3:3:0) Introduction to human anatomy and kinesiology consisting of the study of human movement specifi c to dance, with emphasis on the anatomical principles and the laws of physics as they apply to dance technique and performance from the foot to the hip. Structural and neuromuscular analysis including individual analysis of alignment, muscular imbalances, body types, conditioning needs, injury prevention, nutrition, somatics and movement behavior. DANCE 299R Practicum (1-3:0:0) Practical experience in teaching and choreography in a campus setting. DANCE 310R Conditioning for Dancers (1:0:0) OR DANCE 340 OR DANCE 440 This course is designed to teach and instill lifelong conditioning practices for dancers. It will teach conditioning principles and exercise, injury prevention methods and nutritional knowledge specifi c to the needs of a dancer. Classes are designed to instill healthy practices that will ensure long and healthy futures within the fi eld of dance and to prepare the students bodies for the physical demands of the dance major. DANCE 331R Jazz Dance Advanced (1:0:3) Prerequisites: DANCE 231R or consent of instructor A movement class where advance levels of rhythm, styles, techniques and technique of jazz dance are explored, including basic through advanced jazz terminology. DANCE 340R Modern Dance Technique 3 (2:0:5) consent of instructor This course is designed to give the intermediate/advanced dancer practical exercises in dance techniqes empahasizing development in elements of dance, kinesthetic awareness, movement principles, performance, style, vocabulary, and pedagogy in both modern and ballet. Methods of kinesiology and dance science will be introduced and explored. Placement auditions will take place the fi rst day of class. Students will be placed in DA 240, DA 340 or DA 440 based on performance at the placement audition. 226 * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week)

5 DANCE 350 Dance Seminar (1:1:0) Prerequisites: DANCE 242 In this course students will be introduced to subject matter pertaining to the professional and academic fi elds of dance and dance related work. This course is designed to encourage critical thinking and analysis of various philosophies of art, aesthetics and dance. We will develop the skills necessary to research, write and articulate about art and more specifi cally dance. It will provide a platform for exploration of various professional pursuits and practical experience with the planning and research preparation for a major dance based project. (Fall, Winter) DANCE 355 Dance Production (2:2:0) A practical course of organizing and developing a dance production. The elements of Music, Costuming, Staging, Choreography, Advertising, and Event Procedures will be discussed. Dance Production will take advantage of online learning as well as classroom discussion. DANCE 356 Philosophy and Techniques of Teaching Dance (2:2:0) A course designed to teach the skills necessary to be a successful dance teacher in all genres and for all ages. DANCE 357 Teaching Children Dance/ Studio Management (2:0:0) Prerequisites: DANCE 356 The study of dance concepts, techniques, principles and movement skills related to children s dance as an art form. To develop skill and a personal philosophy for running a successful dance studio. DANCE 358 Teaching Techniques of Social Dance (3:3:0) Total Course Fees: $35.00 Prerequisites: DANCE 180 or conesnt of instructor A course designed to train a person to teach all forms of social dance including ballroom and world, with an emphasis on recreational dancing. DANCE 371R Clog Dance Technique 2 (2:0:3) Prerequisites: DANCE 271 This is a technically based movement class where advanced level rhythms, styles and techniques of clog dancing will be introduced to the student. Advanced level terminology, elements and steps will provide a deep understanding of the subject corresponding to its location and function within the dance world. Formerly DANCE 371 DANCE 384R Ballroom Technique 2 (2:0:5) Total Course Fees: $20.00 Prerequisites: DANCE 284R A course designed to develop skills of technical and social dancing. Three of the following dances will be taught each semester: Cha Cha, Rumba, Paso Doble, Samba Jive. DANCE 390R Ballet Technique 2 (2:0:4) Prerequisites: DANCE 290R This course explores ballet through an understanding of kinesthetic movement principles. DANCE 402 History of Dance (3:3:0) This course will guide students through an exploration of dance history and its associated socio-cultural aspects. Close attention will be paid to the correlation between dance and people, particularly in the ways in which they relate to and infl uence one another. Great effort will be made to present the material from a variety of perspectives and to demonstrate its symbiotic nature. Though the majority of our study will focus on the 20th century, a historical foundation must underlie any venture into a holistic understanding of both popular and artistic movement expressions and events. Dance DANCE 403 Senior Capstone Project (1:1:0) Prerequisites: DANCE 350 An in depth and substantial or choreographic work that denotes advanced study. This will require a written document, oral presentation, and visual production. Preparation for this course will begin in the Orientation to Dance and Dance Seminar classes in order to help students determine a topic of research. (Fall, Winter, Spring as needed) DANCE 440R Modern Dance Technique 3 (2:0:5) ; DANCE 340R or consent of instructor Co-requisite: DANCE 496R This course explores modern dance using a variety of methods of movement awareness in order to promote optimal movement effi ciency and potential. Complex movement combinations and rhythms are studied through movement. Improvisation is an essential to movement discovery, technique development, and artistic application. A Somatic approach to movement study is a consistently used approach.final class assessment and success in completion of this course will be determined in the form of a jury held at the end of the semester. DANCE 442 Choreographic Explorations (3:0:4) Prerequisites: DANCE 242; DANCE 350 This course encompasses the study, exploration, implementation, and examination of the dance making process at an advanced level of inquiry, creative thinking, and critical analysis in order to more articulately develop an understanding of movement as an expressive art form. It is also an opportunity for students to produce a fi nal choreographic project that will incorporate the skills, knowledge, and experience acquired throughout their studies which will be presented in a live performance setting. DANCE 443R Advanced Technique and Somatics (3:4:0) Prerequisites: DANCE 340R or consent of instructor This course is designed to encourage students to expand their range of movement capabilities, new possibilities in all planes of motion and spatial orientations. The course promotes active participation with somatic movement concepts and modern dance vocabulary. Classes will focus on the study of one s body movement as it copes with the environment, realizing total body connectivity; understanding the initiative for movement as well as a kinesthetic understanding of how function effects form. DANCE 458R Teaching Techniques of Social Dance, Advanced (2:2:0) Total Course Fees: $95.00 Prerequisites: DANCE 358 A course designed to develop skills of teaching social dance. Pro DVIDA syllabus is used or followed. DANCE 478R Dance Alliance (1-3:0:3) Total Course Fees: $25.00 Prerequisites: By audition Dance Alliance is a distinctive dance company representing BYU-Idaho dedicated to sharing the gospel through dance, using individual technical strength, while engaging in a variety of dance genrés. As we create dance for performances we will be bound by the 13th Article of Faith in music, costumes, and choreography which will be virtuous, lovely or of good report or praiseworthy. Our purpose as dancers and artists should be to lift and inspire and change the hearts of those who experience the performance. It is this alternative in dance that Dance Alliance will seek out. Check the Theatre and Dance Department website for audition and tour dates at (Winter, Spring) DANCE 484R Ball Techniques 3 (2:0:5) Total Course Fees: $20.00 Prerequisites: DANCE 384R A course designed to develop skills of ballroom dancing. One dance will be covered from the 4 styles each semester. 227 * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week)

6 DANCE 488R Collegiate Dancers (1-3:0:3) Total Course Fees: $25.00 Prerequisites: By audition Collegiate Dancers promotes recreational dancing, teaching, and performance. This outreach group will consist of 40 dancers dedicated to sharing several styles of dance. Representing BYU-Idaho the group will perform for community schools and local organizations in addition to campus events. Our hope is that the students will receive a quality experience that will allow them to share dance in their communities as well as prepare for other performing opportunities. These students will be invited to strengthen their testimonies of the restored gospel in addition to developing their skill, performance, teaching, and team work abilities. (Fall, Winter) DANCE 495 Dance Kinesiology 2 (3:3:0) Prerequisites: DANCE 295 Introduction to human anatomy and kinesiology consisting of the study of human movement specifi c to dance, with emphasis on the anatomical principles and the laws of physics as they apply to dance technique and performance from the hip to the head. Structural and neuromuscular analysis including individual analysis of alignment, muscular imbalances, body types, conditioning needs, injury prevention, nutrition, somatics and movement behavior. DANCE 496R Somatics (1:0:0) Prerequisites: DANCE 340R or consent of instructor Co-requisite: DANCE 440R A course that provides the dancer the opportunity to learn about neuromuscular reeducation of the body as it pertains to dance education in order to promote optimal, healthy movement effi ciency. DANCE 498R Internship (1-3:0:0) The purpose of the internship is to provide world experience linked with information and learning from courses taken at the university. The internship should aid the student in decisions abaout future careers in the dance world. Dance 228 * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week)

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