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REC 301. Recreation Program and Event Planning

Credits: 3.0
Department: Kinesiology
Description: Methods and guidelines for the development, organization and implementation of recreational programs and events, and the opportunity to design, lead and evaluate activities with recreational organizations within the community.
Prerequisites: REC 201
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method:
Lab: Lab

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Discuss the motivations and characteristics of groups relative to planning and creating recreation experiences.
2. Explain the importance of organized recreation in a person's lifestyle.
3. Design leisure programs and services for a variety of settings.
4. Analyze programs, services, and resources in relationship to participation requirements.
5. Apply procedures and techniques for assessment of leisure needs for various groups.
6. Write outcome-oriented goals and objectives.
7. Organize leisure services programs and events using various formats.
8. Evaluate leisure services programs and events using various techniques.
9. Develop program plans following a prescribed format.
10. Demonstrate professional skill improvement.






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