Coursework and Residency Calendar for the 2020 Doctoral Cohort

Dates and courses subject to change

Summer 2020 Residency Dates:  June 1 – July 3, 2020 (5 weeks)

DNCE 6103:  Choreographies of Writing
DNCE 6113 Seminar:  Epistemology of the Body

Fall 2020 Residency Dates:  Saturday, October 10 – Saturday, October 17, 2020

DNCE 6203:  Scholarly Inquiry for Dance
DNCE 6113 Seminar:  Current Trends in Dance Education and Research
DNCE 6913:  Individual Study:  Directed Reading or Individual Project (Optional)

Spring 2021 Residency Dates:  Saturday, February 27 – Saturday, March 6, 2021

DNCE 6113 Seminar:  Dance and Culture
DNCE 6213:  Current Issues in Historical Inquiry
DNCE 6913:  Individual Study:  Directed Reading or Individual Project (Optional)

Summer 2021 Residency Dates:  June 1 – June 25, 2021 (4 weeks)

DNCE 6323:  Philosophical Inquiry
DNCE 6113 Seminar:  Scholarly Writing

Fall 2021 Residency Dates:  Saturday, October 10 – Saturday, October 16, 2021

DNCE 6303:  Research Methodologies for Dance
DNCE 6113 Seminar:  Theorizing Performance
DNCE 6913:  Individual Study:  Directed Reading or Individual Project (Optional)

Spring 2022 Residency Dates:  Saturday, March 5 – Saturday, March 12, 2022

DNCE 6403:  Research Data Collection and Analysis for Dance
DNCE 6913:  Individual Study:  Directed Reading or Individual Project
DNCE 6913:  Individual Study:  Preparation for Qualifying Exams

Summer 2022 Residency Dates:  June 27 – July 8, 2022 (2 weeks)

DNCE 6503:  Research Colloquium

Independent Study Options

Independent study (DNCE 6913) is available for those interested in pursuing a problem of individual or professional interest that does not fall within the context of organized courses. In addition, the independent study option is the appropriate course for developing and pursuing a comprehensive reading program in preparation for the Qualifying Examination and/or to support the research agenda. In consultation with the doctoral advisor, students may also initiate individual study problems/projects with members of the University graduate faculty.

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