PEES 3115 Disability Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation for People with Disabilities
3 hours; 3 credits
The structure, function, and outcome of the disability sport movement in the United States and internationally, including its impact on opportunities, current trends, behaviors, and attitudes towards persons with disabilities. Teaching strategies and skills. Exploration of physical activity and recreational pursuits for people with disabilities. Students completing this course with a grade of C or better may receive a Certified Disability Sport Specialist I (CDSS I) designation from BlazeSports America if they choose to apply. A minimum grade of "C" in this course is required of Department of Physical Education and Exercise Science majors for the degree.
Prerequisites: Permission of the Undergraduate Deputy Chair or completion of the 3010-50 or 3710-3750 Performance/Analysis 1-5 course sequence, all with grades of C or better.
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