The goals of the Health and Recreation major are to:
- Facilitate opportunities for and provide an environment conducive to scholarly activity of the highest quality;
- Ensure that students receive the finest professional preparation and career development experiences in Health and Recreation;
- Prepare students for advanced studies in Health and Recreation; and
- Equip students with the skills to manage interactions between people and outdoor resources.
The major in Health and Recreation requires:
- 50 hours of General Education courses
- 15 hours of free electives which include one (1) social science elective, fifteen (15) related course hours
- A minimum of 42 semester hours of course work in Health and Recreation.
A minimum of 122 hours is needed to graduate.