Dance

DANC V01  Dance Appreciation  3 Units  
In-Class Hours:   52.5 lecture  

This course is an introduction to the history of dance. Topics will include style as a reflection of the society, culture and era; the various approaches to choreography; and, how dance has functioned as part of political power. Students will view film, video and live performances to come to understand the rich lineage of dance.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   C1  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   C1  
IGETC:   3A  
DANC V02  Dance History  3 Units  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V01  

Dance history explores the artistic developments in the field of Western concert dance from the 17th century to the present time. The course focuses on the cultural, social and political topics of Ballet and Modern Dance, with a strong underpinning of social vernacular/ Jazz Dance and other forms influenced by the African Diaspora. Through readings, lectures, discussions, and extensive viewing of film/video and live performance, students come to understand the rich lineage of these dance forms.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   C1  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   C1  
IGETC:   3A  
DANC V03  Anatomy for Dancers  3 Units  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V10A  

This course is an introduction to human anatomy and basic movement analysis. The course will emphasize analysis of skeletal and muscular systems, individual differences, common dance injuries, and proper conditioning for dancers. Dance kinesiology and multiple somatic principles will also be explored.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Field Trips:   Will be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   None  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V04  Dance Improvisation  2 Units  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V10A  

This course is an introduction to improvisational and compositional skills that explore multiple ways to spontaneously create movement. Course exercises will facilitate a variety of creative explorations that utilize levels, shapes, and dynamic and rhythmic patterning. These explorations will encourage the dancer to discover and evaluate movement habits while exploring multiple ways to break habitual movement patterns.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V10A  Modern I  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  

This course is an introduction to modern dance techniques and skills, and the experience and appreciation of modern dance as an art form.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V10A, DANC V10B, DANC V10C, DANC V10D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V10B  Modern II  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V10A  
Enrollment Limitations:   Commensurate skills demonstration. .  

The course builds on techniques and skills learned in Modern I. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, and the development of heightened technical skills.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V10B, DANC V10A, DANC V10C, DANC V10D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V10C  Modern III  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V10B  
Enrollment Limitations:   Commensurate skills demonstration. .  

The course builds on techniques and skills learned in Modern I and II. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, and the development of heightened technical skills.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V10C, DANC V10A, DANC V10B, DANC V10D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V10D  Modern IV  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V10C  
Enrollment Limitations:   Commensurate skills demonstration. .  

The course builds on techniques and skills learned in Modern I, II, and III. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, and the development of advanced technical skills.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V10D, DANC V10A, DANC V10B, DANC V10C. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V13A  Tap I  2 Units  
Formerly:   DANC V13  

This course teaches the basic skills of traditional tap dance steps and sequences. The emphasis is on the mastery of basic steps and rhythmic styles. It includes a brief history of tap dance in American culture and its relation to other dance and art genres.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 4 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V13B  Tap II  2 Units  
Formerly:   DANC V18  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V13A  

This course builds on techniques and skills learned in Tap I. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, and the development of heightened technical skills.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 4 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V13C  Tap III  2 Units  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V13B  

This course builds on techniques and skills learned in Tap I and II. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, and the development of technical skills to intermediate/advanced level.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 4 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V13D  Tap IV  2 Units  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V13C  

This course builds on techniques and skills learned in Tap I, II, and III. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, and the development of technical skills at an advanced level.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 4 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V14  Movement for the Theatre  2 Units  
Same-As:   THA V14  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  

This course teaches the fundamentals of multiple movement techniques for students in the theatre and related arts. The course focuses on the development of the student’s individual movement expression. Through practice of organizing and reorganizing the body in multiple ways the student becomes aware of how to respond to the emotional and physical needs of a character. Flexibility, relaxation, control, and creative expression will be developed.

Catalog Notes:   May be taken for a maximum of 4 times.  
Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 3 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Credit Limitations:   see counselor.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   None  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V15A  Ballet I  2 Units  
Formerly:   DANC V15  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  

This course teaches the fundamental theory and practice of ballet technique and ballet as an art form. The emphasis is on placement, correct body alignment, muscular control, and the development of basic ballet positions, steps, and combinations.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V15A, DANC V15B, DANC V15C, DANC V15D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V15B  Ballet II  2 Units  
Formerly:   DANC V19  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V15A  
Enrollment Limitations:   Commensurate skills demonstration. .  

The course builds on techniques and skills learned in Ballet I. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, and the development of heightened technical skills.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V15B, DANC V15A, DANC V15C, DANC V15D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V15C  Ballet III  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V15B  
Enrollment Limitations:   Commensurate skills demonstration. .  

The course builds on techniques and skills learned in Ballet II. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, and the development of technical ballet skills at an intermediate/advanced level.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V15C, DANC V15A, DANC V15B, DANC V15D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V15D  Ballet IV  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V15C  
Enrollment Limitations:   Commensurate skills demonstration.  

The course builds on techniques and skills learned in Ballet III. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, and the development of technical ballet skills at an advanced level.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V15D, DANC V15A, DANC V15B, DANC V15C. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V23  Ballroom Dance  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  

This course introduces the history, music and fundamental practices of ballroom dancing. Students will learn the basic steps, variations and styling techniques of classical ballroom dances such as salsa, fox trot, swing, rumba, waltz and tango. Students will develop flexibility, strength, control, coordination, endurance, style and an understanding and appreciation of ballroom dance and its cultural significance.

Catalog Notes:   May be taken for a maximum of 4 times.  
Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 3 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V27  Street Dance  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  

This course introduces the fundamentals of street dance, including dances such as hip-hop, pop and lock, hip-hop funk, freestyling, and break dancing, as well as an examination of the music, syncopations and rhythms utilized in commercial street dance venues. Students will develop flexibility, strength, control, coordination, endurance, style, and an understanding and appreciation of street dance and its cultural significance and history.

Catalog Notes:   May be taken for a maximum of 4 times.  
Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 3 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V29A  Jazz I  2 Units  
Formerly:   DANC V29  

This course introduces basic jazz dance techniques from various styles. It includes a brief history and appreciation of jazz dance as a performing art form.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 4 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V29B  Jazz II  2 Units  
Formerly:   DANC V31  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V29A  

The course builds on techniques and skills learned in Jazz I. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, the development of heightened technical skills, and the analysis of jazz dance as an art form, both in cultural and historical contexts.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 4 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V29C  Jazz III  2 Units  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V29B  

The course builds on techniques and skills learned in Jazz II. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, the development of heightened technical skills, and the analysis of jazz as an art form, both in cultural and historical contexts.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 4 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V29D  Jazz IV  2 Units  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V29C  

The course builds on techniques and skills learned in Jazz III. Emphasis will be placed on the refinement of technique, the introduction of new movement, the development of heightened technical skills, and the analysis of jazz as an art form, both in cultural and historical contexts.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Repeatable for Credit:   Course may be taken up to 4 times for credit.  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V30A  Dance Performance I  3 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 105 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V10A or DANC V13A or DANC V15A or DANC V29A or equivalent skills  

This course supplies students with the opportunity to develop professional performance skills. All students will engage in the rehearsal and choreographic collaborative process to develop their ensemble and performance skills to create new and traditional repertoire. During the semester the students will have the opportunity to perform in multiple venues.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V30A, DANC V30B, DANC V30C, DANC V30D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V30B  Dance Performance II  3 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 105 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V30A or equivalent skills  

This course supplies students with the opportunity to develop professional performance skills at an intermediate level. All students will engage in the rehearsal and choreographic collaborative process to develop their ensemble and performance skills to create new and traditional repertoire. During the semester the students will have the opportunity to perform in multiple venues.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V30B, DANC V30A, DANC V30C, DANC V30D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V30C  Dance Performance III  3 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 105 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V30B or equivalent skills  

This course supplies students with the opportunity to develop professional performance skills at an intermediate/advanced level. All students will engage in the rehearsal and choreographic collaborative process to develop their ensemble and performance skills to create new and traditional repertoire. During the semester the students will have the opportunity to perform in multiple venues.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V30C, DANC V30A, DANC V30B, DANC V30D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V30D  Dance Performance IV  3 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 105 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V30C or equivalent skills  

This course supplies students with the opportunity to develop professional performance skills at an advanced level. All students will engage in the rehearsal and choreographic collaborative process to develop their ensemble and performance skills to create new and traditional repertoire. During the semester the students will have the opportunity to perform in multiple venues.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V30D, DANC V30A, DANC V30B, DANC V30C. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V50A  Composition I  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V10A or DANC V13A or DANC V15A or DANC V29A or equivalent skills  

This course is an introduction to multiple processes and tools that have been used in creating choreography for western concert dance. Students will learn basic choreographic structures, the use of improvisation to create movement, clarity of intention, and an introductory understanding of the relationship between music/sound and dance. Students will be asked to create short solo and small group work based on historical choreographic styles. Topics will include movement intention, the relationship between music/sound and dance, spatial clarity, and energy.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V50A, DANC V50B, DANC V50C, DANC V50D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V50B  Composition II  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V50A or equivalent skills  

This course builds on techniques and skills learned in Composition I. Emphasis will be placed on combining a variety of choreographic processes, the refinement of movement development, and the musical and choreographic collaborative process.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V50B, DANC V50A, DANC V50C, DANC V50D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V50C  Composition III  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V50B or equivalent skills  

This course builds on skills learned in Composition II. Emphasis will be placed on developing group work for the stage and site-specific choreography. Through improvisation the student will examine a variety of environments to develop movement, and set works in relationship to the space. Topics will include experimenting with time, dynamics, shaping, and multiple performance techniques, and how they relate to the environment, other bodies in the space, and the audience.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V50C, DANC V50A, DANC V50B, DANC V50D. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V50D  Composition IV  2 Units  
In-Class Hours:   17.5 lecture, 52.5 laboratory  
Advisories/Rec Prep:   DANC V50C or equivalent skills  

This course builds on skills learned in Composition III. It will focus on creating hybrid choreographic processes. Students will create three short studies and one fully realized ten minute work that will be performed in the dance performance concert. Class time will be spent working on choreography, viewing and examining how identity, multiple dance genres, space, music, technology, theatricality, narrative, and text are combined in contemporary performances. Topics will include improvisation as a source for movement invention, mixing of multiple dance styles, text, music/sound design, props, and theatrical conventions.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Family:   College faculty have identified courses in the following list as a family: DANC V50D, DANC V50A, DANC V50B, DANC V50C. A student may take a maximum of four (4) courses from this family.  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   E2  
Transfer Credit:   CSU, UC  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   E  
IGETC:   None  
DANC V90  Directed Studies in Dance  1-6 Units  
Prerequisites:   varies with topic  

This course offers specialized study opportunities for students who wish to pursue projects not included in the regular curriculum. Students are accepted only by a written project proposal approved by the discipline prior to enrollment.

Grade Modes:   Letter Graded, Student Option- Letter/Credit, Pass/No Pass Grading  
Field Trips:   May be required  
Degree Applicability:   Applies to Associate Degree  
AA/AS GE:   None  
Transfer Credit:   CSU  
UC Credit Limitations:   None  
CSU GE-Breadth:   None  
IGETC:   None