Applied Health Sciences - Recreation & Leisure Studies
RECL 2P00: Recreation Programming Theoretical and practical foundations for planning, designing, promoting, implementing and evaluating recreation programs.
RECL 2P07: Introduction to Research Design and Evaluation Principles and techniques for research. Issues concerning the construction, administration and evaluation of data collection as well as the processing and analysis of data.
RECL 3P45: Campus Recreation Practical and theoretical aspects of campus recreation relating to different programming areas, values of recreational sports and the role of campus recreational sports programs in the context of higher education settings.
RECL 3Q07: Quantitative Analysis Quantitative means of understanding, interpreting and analyzing statistical data and information.
RECL 3P00: Directed Readings Topic not covered in the department's regular course offerings.
RECL 4P00: Advanced Directed Readings Topic not covered in the department's regular course offerings.
AHSC 5P60: Directed Study Directed individual project in a substantive area to be chosen in consultation with a faculty advisor.
AHSC 5P61: Directed Reading Directed individual or group reading in an area of applied health sciences.
AHSC 5F90: MA/MSc Research and Thesis A research project involving the preparation and defence of a thesis proposal and a final thesis report which demonstrate a capacity for independent work. The thesis shall be carried out under the supervision of a faculty member and both the proposal and final thesis shall be defended at an oral examination.
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