Programming for Business and Agencies (3) Fundamentals of program development applied to corporate and private physical fitness businesses.
KINES 492W Programming for Business and Agencies (3)
This course will use an experiential approach to acquire knowledge and skills necessary to assess, plan, implement and evaluate health/wellness/fitness programs within a business/corporate setting. Students will actively participate in a process-oriented, student-centered learning environment that includes cooperative learning, critical thinking, effective communication, assessment, and problem solving. Students will assess, plan, implement and evaluate a health-related program (i.e., wellness fair, career fair, road race, fitness programs). Students will write business letters, operating plans, mini-grants, budgets, flyers, press releases, newspaper articles, surveys, and other written communication projects relevant to the fitness/wellness business. Students will access and evaluate health/wellness resources (i.e., agencies, Internet, media, speakers).
As indicated by the “W”, this is a writing intensive course and will follow university guidelines for such courses. Most of the assignments will involve group-based problem solving. This course is offered Spring Semesters with a maximum enrollment of 35.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.