372 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF DANCE I 3 S History philosophy and development of

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372 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF DANCE I 3 S History, philosophy, and development of dance as a social and cultural medium from primitive times through the 16th century. 373 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF DANCE II 3 S History, philosophy, and development of dance from the 17th century to the present. 376 THEATRE HISTORY I 4 F THE 100 req. History of drama and theatrical production from its origin to approximately 1650. 377 THEATRE HISTORY II 4 S THE 100 and 376 req. History of drama and theatrical production from the late 17th century to the present. 378 SHAKESPEARE ON STAGE 3 Summer May be repeated once. Also offered as ENG 378. Intensive study of Shakespeare’s plays in production. For the student with adequate familiarity with Shakespeare and his works. 381 CREATIVE DRAMA PRACTICUM 2-3 F,S THE 280 and cons inst req. May be repeated; max 6 hrs. Incl Clin Exp: 10 hrs min, Type 10. Practical experience in creative drama teaching by leading a class in drama under faculty supervision for a semester. The course is graded (A-F). 385 PRINCIPLES OF THEATRE EDUCATION 5 F THE 285; C or better in C&I 216 or conc reg req. Incl Clin Exp: hrs 5-100, Type 1-5. Adm to Professional Studies req. Philosophies of theatre education, teaching strategies, co- curricular programs, textbook analyses, professional orga- nizations, and related field experience. 387 SOFTWARE DESIGN IN THE ARTS I 3 F Also offered as ART/MUS 387. Materials charge optional. Designing and programming microcomputer-based soft- ware which solve particular applications problems in the fine arts. 388 SELECTED TOPICS IN ARTS TECHNOLOGY 3 F ART/MUS/THE 276 or cons inst req. Also offered as ART/MUS 388. May be repeated if content different. Materials charge optional. Varied emphasis reflecting integration of computers with digital sound/graphic technologies and authoring tools for applications in the arts. 398 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IN THEATRE 1-6 F,S Supervised theatre work experiences in local, state, nation- al, and international businesses, agencies, institutions, and organizations which are planned, administered, and super- vised by the School of Theatre. 303 Theatre C F A
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305 M C N Dean: Nancy Ridenour, 312 Edwards Hall Web address : Mission T he mission of Mennonite College of Nursing is to educate undergraduate and graduate nursing students to serve the citizens of Illinois, the nation, and the global community. Mennonite College of Nursing acknowledges a particular responsibility to address the nursing and health care needs of urban and rural populations, includ- ing those who are vulnerable and underserved. The College of Nursing builds upon the educational founda- tion previously acquired by students. The College creates a dynamic community of learning in which reflective thinking and ethical decision-making are valued. The College is committed to the promotion of nursing scholar- ship at the national and international level through research, service, and practice. Mennonite College of Nursing is committed to being purposeful, open, just, car- ing, disciplined, and celebrative.
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