Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation
Below are the courses available from the DANCE subject code. Select a course to view the available classes, additional class notes, and class times
The theory and practice of dance as a human physical activity. Focus will be on the aesthetic, expressive, rhythmical dimensions of movement in a culture's artistic and social life. The study will include movement content, techniques, improvisation, composition and performance in a variety of dance forms including modern/creative, social, jazz, and folk dance.
The study of creative dance techniques, improvisation, composition, and performance through theory and practical experience.
Development of personal movement skills in a variety of modern dance techniques combined with knowledge of movement and dance principles. Prerequisite: DAC 160 or 165, or DANCE 200 or 340, or equivalent, or consent of Faculty.
Children's dance from the perspective of the child as creator, performer and spectator. Opportunities to observe, work with and instruct children in creative dance will be provided. Prerequisite: KIN 293 or 338 or consent of Faculty.
Theory and practice of modern dance improvisation and composition, principles of form and design, individual and group choreography, evaluation. Prerequisite: One of DANCE 200, 340, 431, or consent of Faculty.
An individualized course designed to offer an in-depth study in a dance area not covered by regular courses. Prerequisite: Consent of Faculty.