Ensemble (0-3) - Provides a forum for the development of student choreography and/or research. Students will submit proposals to faculty for approval of specific projects such as creating, learning, researching, teaching and ultimately performing student dance works and/or masterworks. This course will focus on developing artistry, technique, leadership skills, a choreographic voice, communication skills, and the skills/knowledge required for the successful performance of dance works. A final public performance will be held at the end of the term showcasing the mentored projects, where appropriate. This course will apply 1 credit toward satisfying the Fitness and Recreational Skills requirement. Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in one of DANCE.221, DANCE.222, or DANCE.223 or approval of the instructor. This course may be repeated for credit without limit.