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The Bachelor of Arts (Dance) requires the successful completion of 360 credit points.
During the three years of study, Secondment and Industry Placement is an essential element of both the training and assessment of students in the dance program. It is a professional practice unit and consists of choreography, rehearsal, and performance.
|DAN1025||Contemporary Dance and Allied Techniques 1||20|
|DAN1032||Related Physical Disciplines 1||5|
|DAN1034||Integrated Body Practices 1||10|
|DAN1035||Dance History and Analysis 1||10|
|DAN1033||Allied Arts 1||10|
|ADM1250||History of the Arts||10|
|DAN2125||Contemporary Dance and Allied Techniques 2||20|
|DAN2132||Related Physical Disciplines 2||5|
|DAN2133||Allied Arts 2||*||5|
|DAN2234||Integrated Body Practices 2||5|
|DAN2135||Dance History and Analysis 2||5|
|DAN2031||Dance Teaching Methods||*||5|
|ADM2410||Arts in Contemporary Society||15|
|DAN3131||Dance Teaching Methods 2||*||5|
|Students choose three of the following four units:|
|DAN3225||Contemporary Dance and Allied Techniques 3||25|
|Core Units (compulsory)|
|DAN3235||Dance History and Analysis 3||15|
|Plus two units at 10 credit points each:|
|DAN3232||Related Physical Disciplines 3||10|
|DAN3120||Secondment and Industry Placement||10|
|DAN3239||Allied Arts 3||10|
|DAN3237||Multi Media for Dance||10|