DAN - Dance

Department of Theatre and Dance, College of Fine and Applied Arts

Graduate Courses in Dance (DAN)

Additional offerings by the department include courses in Theatre (THR)


Kevin Warner, Department Chair

Dance (DAN)

DAN 5460. Somatics (3).F;S. This is a survey course exploring several different approaches to body-centered learning. A broad overview of current conditioning and therapeutic bodywork methods will be introduced and explored. The course will be lecture and experiential in nature. [Dual-listed with DAN 4460.]

DAN 5480. Pilates Conditioning II (2).F;S. A second level study of the Pilates method, based on the concepts of centering, concentration, control, precision, breath and flow. This course will introduce the equipment and the apparatus developed by Joseph H. Pilates. May be repeated one time for credit. Prerequisite: DAN 3480 (Pilates Conditioning I) or permission of the instructor. [Dual-listed with DAN 4480.]

DAN 5500. Independent Study (1-4).F;S.

DAN 5530-5549. Selected Topics (1-4).On Demand.