The minor in recreation and leisure studies is designed for the student whose work is likely to call for understanding of and skill in coping with leisure and recreational implications of extended life expectancies, retirement, the needs of citizens with disabilities, high technology and the changing family structure.
Admission to the Program
Any undergradaute student can declare this minor.
The minor consists of 18 credits outlined below.
Students must earn a "C"or higher in each course in the minor. Courses taken on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis do not satisfy this requirement.
- REL 302 Foundations of Recreation and Leisure
- REL 308 Recreation Programming
- REL 312 Administration of Recreation and Leisure Studies
- REL 307 Practicum
- Six credits of additional REL courseswork selected with advisor approval