BC2501: Biomechanics for the Dancer | L. Schanfein

Undergraduate and Graduate Lecture
MW 10:10-11:25AM

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the fundamentals of biomechanics as it relates to various dance forms. As biomechanics is a branch of physics, the course will include basic mathematical concepts, and some knowledge of geometry and trigonometry is recommended. The course will explore applicable functional human anatomy and will cover the application of biomechanical principles to both qualitative and quantitative description of human movement. Additionally, it will provide an understanding of how biomechanics can be applied in terms of physical ability and wellness, giving students the opportunity to apply the knowledge to themselves.

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of dance techniques in ballet or modern.

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