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Sport and Recreation Practicum (SPRT 1150)

The Sport and Recreation Management Practicum gives students the opportunity to apply the academic knowledge gained in the classroom in a supervised practicum. Students work a minimum of 200 hours in a sport or recreation related business or organization in any of the sport sectors: professional, amateur, community, sporting goods, sport facilities, or sport and event partners, gaining practical experience. Working closely with a supervisor and coordinator, students will establish goals and learning objectives to ensure a successful practicum experience. Students must complete all other courses in the Sport and Recreation Certificate before taking the Sport and Recreation Practicum.


* Note: The CRNs listed below could be restricted to specific program areas.


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