* = Online classes - offered 100% online
(H) = Hybrid class - 51% online/ 49% face-to-face. These classes may require students to come to the Denton campus for some scheduled meetings.
3 concentration area options only.
* DNCE 3143. World Dance Forms.
Theories and techniques of world dance forms and their social, cultural, and political significance. Two lecture and two studio hours a week. Credit: Three hours.
* DNCE 3373. World of the Imagination in Art, Dance, Film.
Examines themes of fantasy and reality, emphasis on dance and visual arts with selected examples from other disciplines. No prerequisites. Fulfills interdisciplinary and fine arts core curriculum requirements. Appropriate for all majors. Three lecture hours a week. Credit: Three hours.
* DNCE 3393. History of Dance.
Leading historical and contemporary ballet and modern dance choreographers, performers, and writers and the artistic and societal frameworks in which dance forms evolved; overview of jazz, tap, musical theatre dance forms. Three lecture hours a week. Credit: Three hours. (Satisfies Fine Arts requirement for non-dance majors.)
* DNCE 3383. History of Women in Dance.
History of women dance artists, performers and choreographers, and their contributions related to and contextualized by important events in the history of women, women’s roles as art makers, and explored from a feminist perspective. Three lecture hours a week. Credit: Three hours. (Satisfies Visual and Performing Arts Requirement and Women’s Studies Requirement).
* DNCE 4383. Performing Arts in American Popular Culture.
Performing Arts in American popular culture with emphasis on theatre, technology and the media arts. Three lecture hours a week. Credit: Three hours. (Satisfies Visual and Performing Arts requirement.)
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