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Introduction to Dance for Special Populations

Course Code: SMED-1073

Course Description

An overview of principles and applications in the study of special populations through a multidisciplinary approach. Contributions from sociology, psychology, and biology are examined to synthesize common issues, including how somatic movement can benefit a range of people from various vulnerable populations, including but not limited to the aging and elderly. Cassandra Stewart will conduct this section asynchronously. There will be no live online meetings. Office hours are MW 1:00pm-2:00pm. Students should have reliable access to the internet. It is strongly recommended that students have computers or tablets with webcams and microphones. Similar devices may suffice. Instructor email is Please reach out with questions For questions regarding this program, please contact Katherine Brady.

2020 Fall Semester
Online Course
Aug 28th - Dec 18th
F @ 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
12 Seats Avail.


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