Flamenco

Dance (50.0104) Program Requirements

Associate of Arts Dance

This program is designed to maximize transfer of credit to a four-year college or university. In addition to a generous exposure to general education courses, you will concentrate your efforts in Flamenco Dance.

General Degree Requirements

  • Dance (29-33 hrs) (50.0104)
  • DANC 126 Modern Dance (2)
  • DANC 149 Ballet I (2)
  • DANC 169 Flamenco Dance I (3)
  • DANC 211 Choreography (3)
  • DANC 212 Improvisation (2) Pre-requisite: DANC 126
  • DANC 214 Kinesiology (3)
  • DANC 222 Rhythmic Fundamentals(2) Pre-requisite: DANC 169
  • DANC 269 Flamenco Dance II (3) Pre-requisite: DANC 169
  • DANC 292 Dance Repertory (1)
  • MUS 102 Music Theory I (3) Pre-requisite: ENG 109
  • THE 120 Introduction to Theatre I (3)
  • THE 134 Introduction to Costuming (2)

Choose one of the following (2-3 hrs)

  • ART 105 Introduction to Art (3) Pre-requisite: ENG 109
  • ART 170 Photography I (3)
  • DANC 240 Dance Appreciation (3)
  • MUS 111 Applied Music: Guitar I (2)
  • MUS 112 Applied Music: Voice (2)
  • THE 132 Stagecraft Sound (3)
  • THE 238 Chicano Theatre (3) Pre-requisite: ENG 109

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 65-66

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