PE 3590 - Inclusive Physical Activity Programs
An examination of the philosophical, theoretical, and practical applications in promoting lifespan physical activity. Focuses on inclusion, adaptation, and accommodation within activity environments in order to promote self-actualization and active, healthy living for all across the lifespan. Learners explore personal factors and the influence of organizations, community, and public policy on physical activity. Studies social and cultural barriers and enablers, as well as the intersection of ability, race, age, income, class, and appearance with physical activity/inactivity identities, beliefs, values, and behaviors. Last offering Spring 2015. Prerequisite(s): Junior status. (DICO)(WRCO)
*All course information is from the 2014-2015 Catalog.