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RECR 150: INTRO RECREATN&LEISURE
This course provides an introduction to the study of recreation and leisure as a phenomenon of human social experience. The course presents an overview of the delivery of recreation and leisure services in a variety of settings for all populations.
Professors: ROGERS, SE
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RECR 250: RECREATION LEADERSHIP
This course analyzes the leadership role in group settings, group process, group dynamics, leadership styles, and interpersonal communication. Incorporated into this course is a lab which enables students to gain practical experience leading group activities for different age gro...
Professors: VAUTER, A
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RECR 260: INTRO TO THER RECR
This course is an introduction to the delivery of therapeutic recreation services in both community and clinical settings. Societal attitudes, history of therapeutic recreation, legislation, and models of service are analyzed. Specific disabilities are evaluated.
Professors: VAUTER, A
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RECR 281: OUTDOOR REC & PARK MGT
This course surveys the history, current status, and management of outdoor recreation opportunities and resources. It examines the relationship of outdoor recreation and natural resources, especially the environmental impact of recreational pursuits on the resource base.
Professors: ROGERS, SE
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RECR 350: SPEC EVENT & PROG PLAN
This course is a critical analysis of program development strategy, including program design, planning techniques, staff development, methods of financing, facility scheduling, and evaluative processes related to a comprehensive offering of community leisure services. Prerequisit...
Professors: SEID, BS
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RECR 371: MKT COMM RECR ENTERPRS
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the importance of marketing to the commercial recreation industry. Particular attention will be placed upon the implementation of the marketing concept as well as an in-depth look into the development and implementation of a ma...
Professors: SEID, BS
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RECR 381: ISSUES OUTDOOR REC MGT
This course provides advanced study in the area of outdoor recreation and natural resources management. Students will explore current issues faced by federal, state, and local government agencies and private and commercial enterprises responsible for resource management. Students...
Professors: ROGERS, SE
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RECR 390: THERAPEUTIC PRACTICUM
This course involves analysis of the administration of a local agency offering therapeutic recreation services. Majors will gain practical field experience through participation in programming and interaction with agency personnel. Preparation of an agency profile and critique of...
Professors: VAUTER, A
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RECR 391: OUTDOOR PRACTICUM
This course involves analysis of the administration of a local agency offering outdoor recreation or environmental education services. Majors will gain practical field experience through participation in programming and interaction with agency personnel. Preparation of an agency ...
Professors: ROGERS, SE
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RECR 392: COMMERCIAL PRACTICUM
This course involves analysis of the administration of a local agency offering commercial recreation services. Majors will gain practical field experience through participation in programming and interaction with agency personnel. Preparation of an agency and critique of field ex...
Professors: SEID, BS
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