The four-year General Recreation and Leisure Studies degree is offered through the regular system of study only.
- Recreation courses (minimum of 9.0 units):
- Required Recreation courses (3.5 units): REC 100, 101, 205, 220, 270, 371, and one 400 level REC course.
- Recreation elective courses (minimum of 5.5 units):
Each student must complete additional recreation electives to meet the required minimum of 9.0 recreation units.
- All cross-listed courses with REC are counted as recreation electives and are included in the major average.
- Courses outside the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies (maximum of 11.0 units):
- Required courses (1.0 unit):
- Restricted elective courses (2.0 units):
Select one course from four of the following eight subject categories:
- An English course
An English writing course (one of ENGL 109, 129R, 140R, any 210 course, or 240R) is strongly recommended.
- A Fine or Performing Arts course
DRAMA, FINE, MUSIC
- A Humanities course
CLAS, EASIA, HIST, HUMSC, JS, NATST, PACS, PHIL, REES, RS, SPCOM, SPD, WS
- A Social Science course other than Psychology or Sociology
ANTH, ECON, SDS, LS, PSCI, SMF, SOCWK, STV
- A Language course from the Faculty of Arts (other than English or ESL)
- A course from the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (other than REC)
GERON, HLTH, KIN
- A course from the Faculty of Environment
ENVS, ERS, GEOG, INDEV, INTEG, PLAN
- A course offered by the School of Computer Science
Note: The course subjects listed may not be comprehensive. For a complete list, or approval of a specific course subject, please see an academic advisor or the department website.
- Free elective courses: 8.0 units
- Total number of units to complete degree is 20.0.
See Honours Recreation and Leisure Studies Course Sequence.