|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||Programming in Recreation|
The course will provide a comprehensive approach to recreation programming including its principles, theories, and methodologies. An emphasis will be placed on elements of recreation's role in society, understanding diverse populations, program planning and organization, leadership, and supervision. Students will apply techniques in professional settings via service learning. Three lecture hours per week. SMS major elective. Required for the Recreation Management Concentration. Open to all students. This course satisfies the Contemporary Society core requirement.