Jan 29, 2023  
2019-2020 Graduate School Course Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Graduate School Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Physical Education and Recreation, Recreational Therapy Concentration


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Electives - 6 hours


Total Credits for Recreational Therapy Concentration ( Thesis Option) - 33 hours


Electives - 6 hours


Total Credits for Recreational Therapy Concentration (Project option) - 18 hours


Electives - 6 hours


Total Credits for Recreational Therapy Concentration (Internship Option)- 33 hours


Certified by the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification


RECR 4140 - Program Design and Evaluation in Recreational Therapy (3 hours)

RECR 4143 - Assessment in Recreational Therapy (3 hours)

RECR 4145 - Facilitation Techniques in Recreational Therapy (3 hours)

PSY 3100 - Abnormal Psychology (3 hours)

PSY 3310 - The Psychology of Human Development and Maturation (3 hours

BIOL 1610 - Anatomy and Physiology (4 hours)

Elective Courses in the Recreation Administration Graduate Program Curriculum


All students must complete 33 credit hours.

Depending on which capstone option students choose, the number of electives will vary.  Students will be required to take the number of elective courses needed to reach 33 credit hours.  With the approval of the advisor, students may select elective courses not listed above below.  Note:  Some of these courses are offered only Fall or Spring semester each year.  Students should check with the Graduate Coordinator of each program to assess availability of these approved courses.

Exit Requirements


 

  1. Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher is required.  Students must complete a minimum of 33 hours of coursework including a Thesis for the M.S. with Thesis option, a minimum of 33 hours of coursework including a Project for the M.S. with Project option, and a minimum of 33 hours of coursework including a 6 credit hour internship for the M.S. with Internship option.
  2. Admission to Masters Candidacy.
  3. Successful completion of an oral exam associated with the thesis and/or project.

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