Mar 18, 2018  
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2019 
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2019

Recreation Minor

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Minor in Recreation


A minor in recreation is a useful tool for students with a major in any human service field, leisure services business area, or an interest in learning about the role of recreation and leisure in society and lifestyle. A minimum of 18 hours is required for the minor in recreation. To satisfy requirements for the minor students must complete the courses listed below. TR Program faculty advise students for the minor in recreation.



Required Courses (to be taken in the following order):


TRC 2311         Introduction to Community Recreation


TRC 2307         “Play It Like You Mean It!”: Analysis and Application of Recreation Activities


TRC 3318         Leadership & Supervision in Recreation




A minimum of nine (9) hours must be completed from the following list:


TRC 2301         Outdoor Recreation: Foundation & Experiences


TRC 2305         Living Well! Benefits of Leisure for People with Disabilities


TRC 2312         Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation


TRC 3301        Leisure & Aging


TRC 3323         Program Planning in Recreation (pre-requisite is TRC 2311)


TRC 3350         Youth and Adolescent Adventure Program Development


TRC 2313         Environmental Issues, Education, and Ethics


PED                  various physical education activity courses to learn new activity skills)



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