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2011 - Fall

School of Education (ED)

Recreation and Leisure Services (RLS)


RLS 1202
First Aid
1202   First Aid  (Cross-listed as HP 1202)
   See HP 1202 for course information.
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01Open103N/A13476MWF0905AM - 0955AMMMGYM 3102Regular
Andrew R. Meyer
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011
Departmental approval required


RLS 1396
Intro to Leisure Service
1396   Introduction to Leisure Services                          
   Introduction to the concepts of leisure and recreation, the components of leisure service systems and the role of recreation in human experience and society. A survey of the historical development of recreation and leisure and its corresponding philosophical and theoretical thought.
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01Closed20-7N/A13465MWF0905AM - 0955AMMMGYM 2303Regular
Dale Connally
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 2201
Rec Ldrshp & Challenge Course
2201   Adventure Recreation Leadership and Challenge Course Facilitation
   This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and practical experience necessary to lead adventure recreation experiences: group initiatives, low challenge courses, and high challenge courses. The course will consist of classroom and laboratory experiences in the Rec Lab and at the Challenge Course at Eastland Lakes.
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01Open146N/A22384R0200PM - 0450PMMMGYM 1162Regular
Kelli K. McMahan
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 2301
Camp Counseling & Admin
2301   Camp Counseling and Administration                          
   This course will deal with the administration and organization of resident and day camps. It will also cover the responsibilities of the different camp leadership (counselor, nurse, cook, etc.).
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01Closed12-9N/A13467MWF1010AM - 1100AMMMGYM 1163Regular
Christopher J. Wynveen
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 2388
Leis/Lifestyle Well-Being
2388   Leisure and Lifestyle Well-Being                            
   Develop the knowledge and skill to develop programs and services to educate the public for leisure and to improve student's personal health through lifestyle decision-making. To understand the role of leisure in the American lifestyle and to assist the American public to develop a more enjoyable life (experience quality of life) through leisure education, skills, leadership strategies and resources. Lab experience required.
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01Closed16-4N/A13468MWF0125PM - 0215PMMMGYM 1123Regular
Kelli K. McMahan
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 2389
Lead & Fac/Leis Services
2389   Leadership and Facilitation in Leisure Services            
   Facilitate development of leisure lifestyle and use of leisure resources, and the ability to use leadership techniques to organize and conduct leisure programs and services. Acquire a knowledge of the role and content of leisure programs and services. This is accomplished through such as indoor/outdoor games, mixers, table games, skits/stunts, songs, stories, hobbies/crafts, and planning socials/picnics/retreats.
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01Closed20-6N/A14260TR1230PM - 0145PMMMGYM 1163Regular
Dale Connally
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 3301
Outdoor Adventure Activities
3301   Outdoor Adventure Activities
Prerequisite(s): RLS major or upper-level standing.                                
   Designed to help students acquire the knowledge and skill needed to lead selected popular outdoor adventure activities in outdoor recreational, educational, church, and other settings. If weather and scheduling permit, students will actively participate in backpacking, camping, rock climbing, rappelling, navigation, bicycling, and skin diving. Additional topics to be studied include survival, mountaineering, and winter wilderness travel and camping. All equipment furnished except bicycle. Two week-end trips, one Saturday, and two evenings required. (Lab fee required.)
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01Open185N/A13469MW0335PM - 0450PMMMGYM 1123Regular
Kelli K. McMahan
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 3302
Prog Plan Leisure Services
3302   Program Planning in Leisure Services
Prerequisite(s): RLS major or upper-level standing.                        
   Students will become aware of programming content and process including assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of services. Students will develop an awareness of professional practices/principles, resources, promotion and marketing, and computer applications.
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01Closed18-7N/A13470MWF1115AM - 1205PMMMGYM 2303Regular
Dale Connally
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 3396
Fld Lab in Leisure Services
3396   Field Laboratory in Leisure Services                        
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in RLS 1396, 2388, 2389, and 3302.
   Field experience in selected leisure service delivery settings with supervision by qualified professional. Documentation of 200 clock hours during semester. (Graded)
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80Closed00N/A14261MWF1220PM - 0110PMMMGYM 110.103Practicum
Dale Connally
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011
81Closed00N/A17323----- 3Practicum
Dale Connally
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 4390
Ind Study in Recreation
4390   Independent Study in Recreation
Prerequisite(s): For majors only.                            
   Additional in-depth study in a particular area under the supervision of a faculty member.
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01Closed0-1N/A23480----- 3Independent Study
Christopher J. Wynveen
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 4391
Leisure Service Mgt
4391   Leisure Service Management                                  
   Develop understanding of management as applied to leisure systems. Content includes organizational theories/behavior, personnel and fiscal management, legal and legislative concepts, and computer use in the management functions.
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01Closed20-1N/A24531TR0930AM - 1045AMMMGYM 3113Regular
Christopher J. Wynveen
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 4393
Facilities/Equip-HHPR
4393   Facilities and Equipment in HHPR  (Cross-listed as HP 4393)
   See HP 4393 for course information.
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01Closed10-2N/A13478TR0800AM - 0915AMMMGYM 2303Regular
Jeffrey C. Petersen
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 4V94
Internship Leisure Services
4V94   Internship in Leisure Services                                   3 to 9 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): 2.25 overall GPA and 2.5 GPA in major, and completed all major courses in RLS.
   Full-time work placement internship with a leisure service agency involving application of major courses in day-to-day operations and a project mutually agreed upon by the instructor and agency. (Graded)
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80Closed0-1N/A14262----- 3 - 9Practicum
Dale Connally
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011


RLS 5379
Research Methods in HHPR
5379   Research Methods in Health, Human Performance, and Recreation  (Cross-listed as HED 5379 and HP 5379)
   See HP 5379 for course information.
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01Closed00N/A26099TR0930AM - 1045AMDRAPER 1093Regular
Rodney G. Bowden
Start Date: 08/22/2011; End Date: 12/14/2011
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