Academic Catalog 2021-2022

Sport Recreation & Leisure (SSRL)

SSRL 551  Aquatic Facility Management  (3 Credits)  

Operation, maintenance, and management of quatice facilities used for recreation, exercise, therapy, competition, education programs, and other aquatic-related programs. Aquatice Facility Management provides current and future aquatics professionals with a complete guide to running aquatics programs safely and effectively. This practical reference covers everything an aquatics director needs.

College/School: College Of Education

Department: Dept of Health & Kinesiology

SSRL 553  Fiscal Policies For Recreation and Leisure Services Organizations  (3 Credits)  

Application of fiscal policies and procedures to operation of recreation, leisure services, and sport related organizations. Organizational fiscal policy, finance, performance based budgeting, reenue generating strategies, cash and inventory control, commercial/public cooperative ventures, development of logic models, fundraising and development, and strategies for seeking grants and contracts.

College/School: College Of Education

Department: Dept of Health & Kinesiology

SSRL 676  Risk Management and Legal Liability in Recreation and Leisure Activities  (3 Credits)  

Legal issues related to delivery of recreation, leisure and recreational sport services including legal foundations, liability and tort policy, employment laws, disability services, malpractice concerns, insurance, and curent issues. This course is designed to assist individuals in developing risk management strategies. Content includes fundamentals of facility design and preventive maintenance in reaction, park, and tourism settings. This is a problem-based learning course, including case study, problem solving, project applications, and working with stakeholders. The course reviews negligence and liability issues in recreation and sport, examines the history and legal definitions.

College/School: College Of Education

Department: Dept of Health & Kinesiology

SSRL 678  Managing Commercial and Tourism Industry Leisure Services  (3 Credits)  

Focus on commercial recreation and touism environment, principles, and concepts of management and marketing, and systematic techniques of analysis and inquiry. Application of concepts and skills in planning, design and evaluation to selected interest areas related to recreation and tourism services. Through use of analytical tools and processes, students prepare and defend an original evaluation project of a service program. Leisure service system planning through explanation of the scope and segmentation of the conference, convention and event market. Strategies in planning, developing and implementing meeting and convention services.

College/School: College Of Education

Department: Dept of Health & Kinesiology