Tompkins Cortland Community College

RECR Discipline Courses

 

Course SubTypes Description
Recreation Leadership Elective
RECR ELEC
Laboratory, Lecture This course is used for the evaluation of transfer credits.
Scuba Diving
RECR107
Laboratory Cross-listed with FITN 107 Introduction to the basic concepts of safe scuba diving. Students learn elementary scuba techniques ...
Introduction to Recreation
RECR110
Lecture, Prerequisite This course is an analytical introduction to the nature, history, and evolution of leisure, recreation, and play over the lifespan...
Introduction to Kinesiology
RECR112
Lecture This course will provide an overview of the sub-discipline areas within Kinesiology as well as the vocational opportunities, certi...
Leadership in Recreation
RECR120
Ind Study, Lecture Introduces basic concepts, principles, techniques, strategies, and problems of leading in the recreation setting. The common roles...
Foundations of Coaching:Princ & Theories
RECR130
Lecture This course will explore the principles and theories coaches use to lead and manage their athletic teams. It will also cover motiv...
Wilderness First Aid
RECR140
Lecture Wilderness First Aid is an introduction to general medical concepts and basic life support skills for outdoor and delayed help set...
Play Across Cultures
RECR150
Ind Study, Lecture Cross-listed as SOCE 150 Play Across Cultures is intended to increase students' awareness of how play, especially young peoples...
Introduction to Outdoor Experiences
RECR159
Lecture Cross-listed with FITN 159. This course will introduce students to a variety of outdoor skills and knowledge. Research shows t...
Backpacking
RECR160
Laboratory, Learning Community, Prerequisite Cross-listed as FITN 160. Covers the fundamentals of backpacking as a lifetime leisure activity including backpacking specific ...
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