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20-21 Bacone College Academic Catalog

24. 2020-2021 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

24.41. RME - RECREATION MANAGEMENT

RME 1003

Principles of Recreation Management

3 Hours

Provides an introduction to the leisure and recreation industry and the opportunity to view the area of recreation and leisure programs as piece in a global economy.  Various issues are explored such as history of recreation, public recreation, nonprofit recreation, commercial recreation and tourism, therapeutic recreation, campus recreation, correctional recreation, recreation in the armed forces, faith-based recreation, and other areas.

 

RME 2202

Introduction to Individual and Dual Sports

2 Hours

A study of basic skills, techniques, history, and rules utilized in various individual and dual sports.  Emphasis on application and analysis of principles essential for successful participation in sports. 

 

RME 2232

Introduction to Team Sports

2 Hours

This course focuses on the knowledge and skills related to team sports with an emphasis on developing strategies and performance skills that influence pedagogical content knowledge for teaching K-12 students. 

 

RME 2303

Sport Officiating I

3 Hours

The purpose of this course is to acquaint the student with the rules and techniques of all major sports.  It is especially suited for those intent on officiating and for prospective physical education instructors.

 

RME 2433

Sociology of Sport and Recreation

3 Hours

The purpose of this course is to acquaint the student with the principles, issues, and trends within the American society and its interaction with sport and recreation service delivery systems.

 

RME 3303

Principles of Sport Management

3 Hours

This course examines psychological theories and research related to sport and exercise behavior. The course is designed to introduce you to the field of sport and exercise psychology by providing a broad overview of the major topics in the area.

 

RME 3403

Organization & Leadership in Recreation & Sport

3 Hours

This course provides a rigorous investigation as an upper-level course to assist future recreation and sport managers in the art of leadership, organization, and the administration of recreation and sport enterprises.

 

RME 3503

Recreation Management

3 Hours

The purpose of this course is to give a deeper look into the principles, issues, and trends of the organizational and management aspects of sport and recreation management program. Prerequisite: ACC 2113 and MGT 2223

 

RME 3603

Strength and Conditioning Certification Preparation

3 Hours

This course covers basic anatomy and physiology and the training effect, basic muscle anatomy and physiology, basic kinesiology and biomechanics, strength theory, conditioning theory, basic sports nutrition theory, training muscle mass, sports and fitness exercise, Olympic lifting for athletes, weight training technology, special topics in sports and fitness training, sports medicine, and organizing your sports conditioning plan and program. 

 

RME 3703

Personal Training Certification Preparation

3 Hours

This course includes basic anatomy and physiology and the training effect, muscle anatomy and physiology, basic kinesiology and biomechanics, strength theory, fitness theory, training systems and applications introduction, basic fitness nutrition theory, weight technology, sports and fitness exercises, flexibility exercises, communication skills development, special topics in sports and fitness training, and exercise programming for special populations.

 

RME 4993-6

Recreation Administration Internship

3-6 Hours

Professional experience in a recreation environment for qualified students.  Prerequisite:   Advisor