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Dance (DANC)

All studio classes are held at BalletMet Columbus, 322 Mount Vernon Ave.

DANC 1110 Dance Appreciation (On Demand)

2 credits
This class explores dance as ritual, tradition, educational tool, popular entertainment and art form as a reflection of culture.   It includes the teaching of proper body warm-up, flexibility and strength and movement. Lecture: 1 hour - Studio: 2 hours

DANC 1131 Beginning Jazz I (A, SP)

1 credit
This class introduces jazz dance techniques at the fundamental level, combining classic Broadway theatre dance with contemporary styles. Studio: 2 hours Lab fee: $2.00

DANC 1132 Beginning Jazz II (A, SP)

1 credit
This course demonstrates additional jazz techniques including more complex movements and combinations.
Studio: 2 hours
Prerequisite: DANC 1131       Lab fee: $2.00

DANC 1140 Modern Dance I (On Demand)

2 credits
This is a beginning course in the movement and vocabulary, both physical and linguistic, of modern dance.
Lecture: 1 hour - Studio: 2 hours      Lab fee: $2.00

DANC 1201 Classical Ballet I (A, SP)

2 credits
Students study the basics of this form of art. Class covers fundamentals of ballet technique, coordination, strength and flexibility with an emphasis on proper execution and comprehension.
Lecture: 1 hour - Studio: 2 hours      Lab fee: $2.00

DANC 1202 Classical Ballet II (On Demand)

2 credits
This course is a continuation of Classical Ballet I. Lecture: 1 hour - Studio: 2 hours
Prerequisite: DANC 1201       Lab fee: $2.00

DANC 1203 Beginning Tap I (A, SP)

1 credit
DANC 1203 offers an introduction to basic level tap dance techniques, emphasizing precession in sound, rhythm, movement, gesture and expression.
Studio: 2 hours       Lab fee: $2.00

DANC 1204 Beginning Tap II (A, SP)

1 credit
This course is a continuation of Beginning Tap I. Studio: 2 hours
Prerequisite: DANC 1203       Lab fee: $2.00

DANC 1294 Special Topics: Dance (On Demand)

1-3 credits
Students explore special topics in Dance designed to meet specific needs. Lecture: Varies