2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

DANC 241 Foundational Hip-hop Dance Forms

This is a technique course that approaches dance from a historical perspective and uses “Hip-hop” as an umbrella term to identify various vernacular dance forms.  The course dissects African American diasporic dance forms through the lens of social, street, club, and funk styles such as hip-hop, breaking, house, waacking, and locking.  

A total of 6 credits may be earned, but no more than 2 in any one semester or term.

Prerequisite: permission of the department chairperson.