This form is intended for Dance Department students to request registration into a blocked dance course, for example: a time conflict, duplicate class (such as multiple performance credit courses), dance dual major students., Once approval has been granted, you will receive an email from Cindy Masko (firstname.lastname@example.org). It is the student's responsibility to register for the course once the approval is granted.
An overload is available only to students who have a 3.0 or higher GPA. If you wish to enroll in classes for more than 18 credit hours, request permission by email from the FAA Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs (email@example.com) with these details:
- A list of all desired courses
- The total number of credit hours
An Independent Study (DANC 199 for Freshmen and Sophomores or DANC 451 for Juniors and Seniors) is a special project in research or creative investigation taught on an individual or class basis. The student must work with an instructor/mentor to create a proposal that includes a detailed description of the project and the criteria for grading. The student should submit the Independent Study Proposal form signed by the instructor/mentor and the student’s academic advisor to Dance Office for final approval and assignment of a CRN. It is the student’s responsibility to register! d the student’s academic advisor to Dance Office for final approva of a CRN. It is the student’s responsibility to register!
Supervised teaching is practical teaching experience under the supervision of a faculty member; weekly conference devoted to evaluation and planning. Teaching areas include major and non-major university courses and classes for community adults and Children. Pre-Requisites Dance 100/Lecture Course: must be of Senior standing in the Dance Department Curriculum and must have taken Teaching Workshop. Pre-Requisites Studio Courses: Must be Junior or Senior Standing in the Dance Department, must have taken Teaching Workshop, and demonstrate advanced level skills in the area they will assist.