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D-PR 4904 - Professional Seminar 2
Designed to prepare the upperclassmen for survival and success in the professional dance world, in this two-semester course students explore professional career choices within dance and dance-related fields, learn to create a range of electronic and/or paper marketing materials for themselves and for concert or event promotion, and gain familiarity with their rights and responsibilities in a number of important business areas including taxes, contracts, union membership, copyright and fair use issues, studio/company organization, and operation. This class also serves as the umbrella under which the senior project is designed and presented.

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Description Designed to prepare the upperclassmen for survival and success in the professional dance world, in this two-semester course students explore professional career choices within dance and dance-related fields, learn to create a range of electronic and/or paper marketing materials for themselves and for concert or event promotion, and gain familiarity with their rights and responsibilities in a number of important business areas including taxes, contracts, union membership, copyright and fair use issues, studio/company organization, and operation. This class also serves as the umbrella under which the senior project is designed and presented.
Prerequisites D-ST 3201 / Lecture <min credit = 2.00> and D-ST 3202 / Lecture <min credit = 2.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 1.50
Credit Types Credit

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