Analysis of selected practices issues and current trends confronting commercial

Analysis of selected practices issues and current

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Analysis of selected practices, issues, and current trends confronting commercial recreation business enterprises. 378.30 PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 3 F,S Maj only; KNR 298.30 req. Sr standing req. In-depth analysis of selected trends, issues, problems con- fronting leisure service practitioners in contemporary set- tings, and professional practice selection. 380 ADMINISTRATION OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN LEISURE SERVICES 3 F,S Maj/min only. KNR 298.30 rec. Not for cr if had KNR 375. Administrative/management functions in the operation of orga- nized recreation and leisure delivery systems. 381 SPECIAL STUDIES IN RECREATION, TOURISM, AND SPORT 1-3 F,S Cons inst req. May be repeated; max 6 hrs. Special work in research interests of students and faculty. Projects must be approved by the instructor. 382 LEGAL ASPECTS OF RECREATION AND KINESIOLOGY 3 F,S KNR maj/min only; Sr standing req. Formerly 289.43 LEGAL ASPECTS OF SPORTS, PHYSICAL ACTIVI- TY AND RECREATION. Legal principles applied to recreation and kinesiology set- tings, with an emphasis on risk management practices. 398.30 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERNSHIP/COOPERATIVE EDUCATION IN RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 1-12 F,S,Summer Maj only; KNR 378.30 req. All graduation req met or in progress. Culminating experience of supervised internship done under the guidance of professionally qualified personnel in leisure service agencies and University faculty. MILITARY SCIENCE (MSC) 516 ROTC Building, 211 North University, (309) 438-5408 Email address: [email protected] Web site: Chairperson :LTC Eugene Snyman General Department Information Military Science Program ROTC is designed to be completed concurrently with the student’s academic degree. Students can complete the first two years of ROTC with absolutely no military service obligation. Veterans, National Guardsmen, Army Reservists, and students who complete a four week leader- ship course at Fort Knox, Kentucky receive constructive credit for the first two years of ROTC, and can complete the ROTC program in as few as two school years. Freshman through senior ROTC courses are offered every semester. These academic courses progress from introducing the student to the Army’s mission and orga- nization, studying leadership principles and traits, to teaching students the duties and responsibilities required of officers in the twenty-first century. Each class has a leadership laboratory that meets once a week. At lab, freshmen through senior students train on basic military skills and get the opportunity to perfect leadership skills through hands-on application. Some of the skills learned Kinesiology and Recreation; Military Science
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150 C A S T during lab include rappelling, water survival training, rifle marksmanship, first aid and CPR, map reading and land navigation, and basic tactics.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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