Minor in recreation and sport
21 credit hours
- Kin 206, Badminton 1
- Kin 216, Cycling 1
- Kin 218, Golf 1
- Kin 224, International Folk Dance 1
- Kin 230, Racquetball or 236 Beginning Tennis 1
- Kin 232, Beginning Swimming 1
- Kin 250, Introduction to Kinesiology 3
- Kin 255, Camping & Recreation 3
- Kin 308, Teaching Sport Skills & Strategies 3
- Kin 310, Introduction to Sport Management 3
- Kin 320, Adaptive Physical Activity & Sport 3
Student learning outcomes
In addition to general student learning outcomes described in the physical education catalog section, graduates in recreation and sport will:
- Describe historical, sociological, psychological and cultural aspects of sport in kinesiology.
- Demonstrate competency in a variety of sport skills, strategies, and recreational physical activities.
- Demonstrate honesty, fair play, and a willingness to serve others.
- Demonstrate sound but basic teaching/coaching skills in the context of sport and recreation.
- Demonstrate professional ethical leadership behavior nd skills: attire, communication, relationships, responsibility, initiative, and the ability to empower others.
The sport and recreation minor is not available to students with a major in physical education or exercise science.