The dance minor is designed to bring the student in close contact with classroom expertise in technique, as well as the enriching artistic and production aspects of dance.
Admission to the dance minor requires the completion of Modern Dance (at appropriate level) at UF with a minimum grade of B. Then the student will meet with the dance minor adviser for approval to enter the program and to establish a program of study.
The minor is comprised of a core of 10-11 credits plus 6-7 credits of emphasis as approved by the adviser. At least 12 of these credits must be completed at UF. It normally takes four semesters to complete the minor.
Required Courses: 10-11 credits
|DAA #### Modern Dance (at appropriate level)
Must achieve minimum grade of B
|DAA #### Technique (modern, ballet, jazz or world dance)
|DAA 2610 Dance Composition 1 (fall only)
|DAN 2100 Dance Appreciation for the 21st Century (fall only) or
DAN 4124 Dance History (fall only)
|DAN 4905 Independent Study (assignment in dance area)
Emphasis-Area Courses: 6-7 credits (adviser approval is required)
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|DAA #### Technique course
|DAA 2611 Dance Composition 2 (spring only)
|DAA 4920 Summer Dance Intensive (audition only)
|DAA 4930 Special Topics: West-African Dance
|DAA 4930 Special Topics in Dance
|DAE 4300 Dance Teaching Methods (spring only)
|DAN 3775 Dance in Medicine
|DAN 4430 Laban Movement Analysis
|THE 4950 Production and Performance