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Dance IDP Recommended Courses

Click on the drop-down menus below to view recommended courses for the Dance IDP, areas of emphasis as well as General Studies.


HPL XXXX Ballet (2 Classes)

  • HPL 1130 Ballet Level l and/or
  • HPL 290D Ballet Level II and/or
  • HPL 390H Ballet Level Ill and/or
  • HPL 490C Ballet Level IV

4 credit hours

HPL XXXX Jazz (2 Classes)

  • HPL 1160 Jazz Level l and/or
  • HPL 290B Jazz Level II and/or
  • HPL 390B Jazz Level Ill and/or
  • HPL 490A Jazz Level IV

4 credit hours

HPL XXXX Modern (2 Classes)

  • HPL 1180 Modern I and/or
  • HPL 290A Modern II and/or
  • HPL 390C Modern Ill and/or
  • HPL 490B Modern IV

4 credit hours

HPL 1001 Hip Hop I

2 credit hours

HPL 1210 Improvisation and Choreography

2 credit hours

HPS 190A World Dance Forms/Variable Topics

2 credit hours

HPS 290R World Dance History and Culture

3 credit hours

HPS 2905 Dance Repertory

2 credit hours

HPS 2410 Skills & Methods of Tchng Modern and Jazz Dance

2 credit hours

HPS 2420 Skills & Methods of Tchng Improv. and Choreo

2 credit hours

HPS 2440 Dance Production              

3 credit hours

HPS 390I  Dance Administration

3 credit hours

HPS 390J Dance Composition 2

2 credit hours

HPS 390K Exp Mov. Somatics & Injury Prevention for Dance

3 credit hours

HPS 3990 Field Experience

3 credit hours

HPS 3990 Field

3 credit hours

ExperienceHPS 3990 Field

3 credit hours

ExperienceHPS 3990 Field Experience

3 credit hours

HPS 490L Dance and Inter Perform in 20'" Cent & Beyond

3 credit hours

HPS 490M Community Based Dance and Social Change

3 credit hours

 

 

Senior Experience

  • HPS 4980 Senior Internship (Concert Project)

3 credit hours

TOTAL DANCE

60 credit hours

Suggested Courses for Dance Pedagogy

  • K-12 Physical Education Major
  • 24 Credits of Dance for Endorsement (Work with advisor for course selection- the dance endorsement has been approved by the Colorado Department of Education, Summer 2014)
  • EDT 3010 Instructional Dev’t for Interactive  Lrng  Envts
  • ITP 1500 Dynamics of Health

Suggested Courses for Social Transformation through Dance/World Dance and Culture

  • AAS 1010 Introduction to African a Studies
  • AAS 3220 Prejudice and Discrimination in Contemporary Society
  • AAS 3700 Psychology of Group Prejudice
  • MUS 3050 Music of the World
  • MUS 3060 Art and Music for Elementary Teachers
  • MUS 2040 An Integrated Approach to Art and Music
  • MUS 381Y African Drumming Ensemble
  • PSY 3700 Psychology of Group Prejudice
  • WMS 10011ntroduction to Women's Studies
  • WMS 2380 Women, Art and Gender Politics

 Suggested Courses for Performance &/or Choreography

  • ANT 1310 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • THE 2210 Introduction of Theatre
  • THE 22411ntroduction to Costume Construction
  • THE 2260 Music Theatre History and Performance
  • THE 2571 Event Project Management
  • THE 3272 Introduction to Sound
  • THE 3273 Introduction to Costume Design

Suggested Courses for Dance Organization

Nonprofit:

  • HSP 2010 Principles of Nonprofit Organization Administration
  • HSP 3210 Organizational Stability for Nonprofits
  • HSP 3510 Development & Administration of Volunteer Programs
  • HSP 3610 Fin. Accountability & Org Control in Nonprofit Orgs
  • HSP 3810 Fund raising Strategies for Nonprofit Organizations
  • HSP 4030 Grant Proposal Research & Writing for Nonprofit Orgs
  • HSP 4310 Human Resource Development in Nonprofit Orgs
  • HSP 4710 Critical Issues for Non profits
  • HSP 4800 Designing the 21st Century Nonprofit Organization

Organization:

  • ACC 2010 Principles of Accounting I
  • ACC 2020 Principles of Accounting II
  • CFI 1910 Creative Problem Solving
  • CFI 2910 New Venture Feasibility
  • FIN 3320 Entrepreneurial Finance
  • MGT 1850 Introduction to Business
  • MGT 2500 Small Business Management
  • MGT 3000 Organizational Management
  • MGT 4420 Entrepreneurial Business Planning
  • MKT 3000 Principles of Marketing

Written Communication

 

  • ENG 1010 Freshman Composition: The Essay
  • ENG 1020 Freshman Composition: Research

6 credit hours

Oral Communication

 

  • SPE 1010 Public Speaking OR
  • SPE 1020 Communication in Action OR
  • SPE 1710 Interpersonal Communication

3 credit hours

Quantitative Literacy

 

  • Approved Quantitative Literacy course

3 credit hours

Arts and Humanities

 

  • Approved Arts and Humanities course
  • Approved Arts and Humanities course

6 credit hours

Historical

 

  • Approved Historical course

3 credit hours

Natural and Physical Sciences

 

  • Approved Natural and Physical Sciences course
  • Approved Natural and Physical Sciences course

6 credit hours

Social and Behavioral Sciences I

 

  • Approved Social and Behavioral Sciences I

3 credit hours

Social and Behavioral Sciences II

 

  • Approved Social and Behavioral Sciences II

3 credit hours

Global Diversity

 

  • Approved Global Diversity course

*May be satisfied with general studies courses

0-3 credits

 

 

TOTAL GENERAL STUDIES

33 credits

Multicultural

 

  • Approved Multicultural course

*May be satisfied with general studies courses

0-3 credits

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