Examines various special topics from an artistic, intellectual and physical approach. On a rotating basis, these topics may include Tap, Improvisation, The Alexander Technique, African Dance, Dance Pedagogy, or other, and will serve to add depth and diversity to the Dance Program. Students will explore these topics through various exercises, discussions, class films, choreographic studies, and texts as appropriate. Prior exposure to jazz, modern or ballet dance is preferred, and instructor approval will be given during the first week of classes to determine appropriate placement, as needed. This course counts as a Group A, Humanities and The Arts General Education Requirements/This course will apply 1 credit toward satisfying the Fitness and Recreational Skills requirement. Prerequisites: None (It is recommended that the student have previous jazz, modern or ballet dance experience.) May be repeated for credit without limit.