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2013-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
2013-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Recreation Minor

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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. Students must be advised by a TR Program faculty member for the minor in recreation.

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

          TRC 2311       Introduction to Community Recreation

          TRC 3302       Recreation Activities: Analysis & Application

          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 2312       Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation

          TRC 3102       Field Experience pre-requisite is permission of the instructor)

          TRC 3301       Leisure & Aging

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

          TRC 2313       Environmental Issues, Education, and Ethics

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

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