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RLS 4300  RECREATION PROGRAMMING AND LEADERSHIP (3 credits)

An advanced study of recreational programming and leadership through practical applications. Emphasis is placed upon understanding proven programming and leadership knowledge and skills; understanding participant leisure behavior; understanding participant leisure needs; and skill development in ways through which organization, agencies and businesses create services to respond to the leisure needs of the consumer. (Cross-listed with RLS 8306)

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Junior, Senior or Graduate Standing