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Bachelor of Arts in Applied Human Sciences with Specialization in Leisure Studies

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  • Objectives
    The Specialization in Leisure Sciences is concerned with the relationships between people and their environment. It deals with the social and cultural integration of the individual at leisure. The Specialization will give students an in‑depth look at the profession and allow them to develop skills in the area of recreation administration and/or recreation programming.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts in Applied Human Studies with Specialization in Leisure Studies
  • Course description
    Specialization in Leisure Sciences — 60 credits

        * 39 required credits in Applied Human Sciences: Life Span Growth and Development for Practitioners; Interpersonal Communication and Relationships; Recreation and Leisure in Contemporary Society; Program Planning, Design and Evaluation; Leisure Education; Leisure Services Leadership; Community Recreation Planning; Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods for Practitioners; Administration of Leisure Services; Leisure Studies Seminar; and Internship
        * 9 required credits in History, Philosophy and either Psychology or Sociology
        * 12 credits chosen from Recreation Programming or Recreation Administration
        * 30 elective credits in any department

    Major in Leisure Sciences — 42 credits

        * 24 required credits in Applied Human Sciences: Life Span Growth and Development for Practitioners; Interpersonal Communication and Relationships; Recreation and Leisure in Contemporary Society; Program Planning, Design and Evaluation; Leisure Education; Leisure Services Leadership; Community Recreation Planning; and Administration of Leisure Services
        * 9 elective credits in History, Philosophy and either Psychology or Sociology
        * 9 elective credits in Applied Human Sciences chosen from Respecting Diversity in Human Relations; Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation; Tourism in Canada; Adolescence: Issues and Intervention; Adulthood: Patterns and Transitions; Older Adulthood: Issues and Intervention; Gender and Leisure; Leisure and the Environment; Employee Recreation Services; Play, Adult Learning and Development; Political and Legal Aspects of Leisure Services; Youth and Leisure; The Older Adult and Leisure; Leisure Assessment and Counselling; Health Promotion; and Fundamentals of Child and Youth Care Work
        * 48 elective credits in any department, some of which may take the form of a Major or Minor in another department

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