Teaching

Applied Health Sciences - Recreation & Leisure Studies




Teaching

RECL 2P00 - Recreation Programming: Consumer behaviour and factors affecting recreation participation. Planning, developing, implementing and evaluating programs and services; leadership and supervision responsibilities.

RECL 2P05 - Benefits of Community Recreation: Personal, social, economic, environmental and community benefits of incorporating leisure into lifestyle changes.

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 4P57 - Group Honours Thesis: Collection and analysis of data and evaluation of findings based on the proposal developed in RECL 4P17.

RECL 4P97 - Individual Honours Thesis: Collection and analysis of data and evaluation of findings based on the proposal developed in RECL 4P17.

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Scott Forrester

Associate Professor
Office: STH 337
T 905 688 5550 x4247
F 905 984 4843
E Scott.Forrester@brocku.ca