Jul 25, 2024  
2013-14 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2013-14 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Sport and Movement Science, Recreation Management Concentration, BS


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General Education Core Requirements


 

   
 

Level I

Competencies

   
 
  • Basic College Math
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Computer Literacy
 

Level II

 

Distribution Sequences (18-20 credits)

   
 
 

Level III

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  • ____ ____ (Literature II) 3 Credit(s) ______
 

Distribution Electives (15 credits)

   
  Among the distribution electives, the student must earn at least 3 but no more than 9 additional semester hours in each of the three divisions.
   
 

Humanities (Division I)

   
 
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Science/Mathematics (Division II)

   
 
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Social Sciences (Division III)

   
 
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  (Note: Courses allowable as distribution electives are marked DI, DII, or DIII in the College Catalog.)
   
  QUANTITATIVE (Q)_____ DIVERSITY (V)_____ WRITING (W)_____
   
  Level I to be completed in the first 30 credits
  Level II to be completed in the first 53 credits
  Level III to be completed before graduation

 

Courses in Major (51 credits)


Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Junior Year


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Senior Year


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Required Support Courses (3-6 credits total)


Minor/Free Electives (15-18 credits minimum)


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Additional Information and Notes


* These are required support courses which may also be used to satisfy the indicated Distribution requirements. A student may choose to fulfill Distribution requirements with courses other than the ones listed, but these listed courses must still be taken.
Note: If a course is used to satisfy two or more requirements (for example, a support course and a distribution elective), the credits are counted in only one place. Using a course to satisfy more than one requirement does not reduce the credit total required for graduation.
†/# Aquatic Management Specialization required: SMS 176, SMS 220, SMS 320, SMS 420, SMS 421, SMS 520
†    Recreation and Park Management Specialization required: SMS 130, SMS 132, SMS 272, SMS 371, SMS 375, SMS 475, SMS 570
‡/#        Aquatic Management Specialization electives: SMS 371, SMS 425
‡           Recreation and Park Management Specialization electives: SMS 320, SMS 374, SMS 471
+    Required for the Recreation and Park Management Specialization only

Exceptions in the timing of courses will be made for transfer students.

Total minimum credits for graduation: 120


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