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Courses

Sequence and Progression

 

  • SEQUENCE OF TR COURSES

    YEAR

    Fall Semester

    Spring Semester

    Freshman Year

    Recreation 110: Introduction to TR

    Recreation111: Foundations of Leisure;  Recreation 120:  Professional Practice I

    Sophomore Year

    Recreation 205:  Recreation Leadership

    Recreation 237: Adventure Programming; Recreation 250:  Leisure Education;

    Junior Year

    Recreation 300:  Pre-internship Seminar;  Recreation 304: Leisure and Aging;  Recreation 320: Facilitation Techniques; Recreation 360: Children with Disabilities; Recreation 371:  Program Planning

    Recreation 301: TR: Mental Health; Recreation 303: Physical Disabilities; Recreation 408: Professional Practice II.

    ** Junior Internship

    Senior Year

    Recreation 410: Supervision and Administration; Recreation 437: Group Dynamics; Recreation 461: Senior Seminar; Recreation 470:  Research

    Senior Internship

    ** Junior Internship is completed only in the summer after the junior year.

    Additional Requirements: 

    ·         Biology 206 and 207 - Anatomy and Physiology

    ·         Psychology 330:  Lifespan Development

    ·         Psychology 356:  Abnormal Psychology

    ·         Health 160:  Basic First Aid

    ·         Health 275:  Medical Terminology

 

 
 

Certifications

  • Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) (eligible to sit for the national exam)
  • First Aid/CPR (required for internship)
  • Ropes Course (optional)
  • Arthritis Aquatics (optional)