Certification Opportunity Students graduating from the Therapeutic Recreation

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Certification Opportunity: Students graduating from the Therapeutic Recreation Sequence who have met all the NCTRC requirements (major and recommended courses including an approved internship) are eligible to apply to sit for the examination to become a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. MINOR IN RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 24 hours required. Required courses: KNR 170, 171, 270, 271, 370, 376, 380. 3 hours of courses selected from: KNR 272, 273, 275, 278, 279, 371, 373, 374, 377, 382. Kinesiology and Recreation
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143 C A S T MINOR IN TOURISM STUDIES Advisor: Jill Freund Thomas Department of Geography 200B Felmley Hall (309) 438-8403 Jointly developed and sponsored by the department of Geography-Geology and the School of Kinesiology and Recreation, the Minor in Tourism Studies is available to students in any undergraduate major. Students should plan their minor program with the assistance of the Tourism Studies advisor, who resides in the Department of Geography-Geology. 24 hours required. Required courses: GEO 130, 135, 215, 265; KNR 271, 272, 374; POL 140. Recommended courses: GEO 315; KNR 370, 377, or 380. Kinesiology Courses Some sections of these courses may be restricted to School of Kinesiology and Recreation majors. An optional locker and towel charge will be assessed for students in selected Physical Education activity courses. 105 BADMINTON I 1 F,S Not for cr if had KNR 150.20. Materials charge optional. Introduction to the basic strokes and strategies of badminton. Tournament play in singles and/or doubles. 106.02 BASKETBALL II 1 F,S Development of intermediate and advanced skills and strate- gies of basketball. 108 BILLIARDS I 1 F,S Materials charge optional. Basic shooting techniques with focus on stance, bridge and cue ball contact. Experience in games of Basic Pocket Bil- liards, Rotation and Eight Ball. 108.02 BILLIARDS II 1 F,S KNR 108 req. Materials charge optional. Development of complex skills such as Caroms, Banks, and combination shots. Emphasis on spin, and the application of English. 112 BOWLING I 1 F,S Materials charge optional. Development of basic skills and knowledge for the begin- ning bowler. 112.02 BOWLING II 1 F,S KNR 112 req. Materials charge optional. Development of more consistency with strikes and spares, an understanding of taps, lane conditions, ball tracks. Participa- tion in a variety of tournaments. 113 PERSONAL FITNESS 3 F,S Not for cr School of Kinesiology and Recreation maj. Materials charge optional. Lecture and lab. The development of a personalized, comprehensive fitness program based on knowledge and understanding of the spe- cific effects of exercise. 114 NAUTILUS CONDITIONING 1 F,S Not for cr if had KNR 285. Basic techniques and knowledge necessary to increase mus- cular strength through the use of nautilus resistive isotonic exercise equipment. 115 ADVENTURE EDUCATION 1 F,S Insurance clearance, liability and medical release waiver req.
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