Cook Carillon Tower
An Allendale Campus icon, the Cook Carillon Tower chimes every quarter hour with a computerized system, but is also played during events and concerts by local and visiting carillonists.
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Grand Rapids Community College
Program Guide: Therapeutic Recreation
|EN 100 or 101||3|
|Social Science elective||3|
|U.S. Diversity elective||3|
|World Perspective elective||3|
- Degree offered: B.S.
- Students should contact the therapeutic recreation department during their first year at GRCC.
- Students who opt to attend GRCC one year, complete the MACRAO, take BI 151, PY 201 and CHM 120.
- Admission to the therapeutic recreation program is competitive and requires a secondary application. The admissions process consists of three phases.
- Contact the College of Health Professions for additional information regarding secondary admissions requirements. www.gvsu.edu/tr
- Both BI 121 + 122 MUST be taken to receive credit for BMS 208 + 290 + 291 + 309 or BMS 250 + 251.
- This guide fulfills the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). Humanities electives must be from different disciplines. Social science elective can not be a PY course. Please check with your community college advisor for additional associate degree requirements. GVSU will stil honor the MACRAO agreement.
- World Perspectives electives: AN 201, AN 210, AN 285, BA 288, EC 290, EN 252, EN 281, EN 282, FR 232, GR 232, GE 135, GE 210, GE 296, HS 101, HS 102, HS 120, HS 121, HS 230, HS 239, HS 240, HS 241, HS 242, HS 290, HS 295, PS 201, PS 202, PS 215, SP 232
- U.S. Diversity electives: AN 280, COM 235, EN 251, EN 261, EN 270, EN 271, EN 272, EN 278, GE 281, HS 215, HS 249, HS 250, HS 281, PL 207, SO 254, SO 260, SO 261, SO 262, SO 265, SO 270
Recreation therapists may serve as counselors, community educators and organizers, administrators, supervisors, consultants, and researchers. Professionals might find themselves in any of the following settings: hospitals, physical medicine and rehabilitation, psychiatric hospitals, community mental health clinics, substance abuse centers, respite day programs, hospice, school systems, schools or residential centers for those with specific disabilities, special schools or treatment clinics, child protective agencies, sheltered workshops, programs operated by public recreation and park departments.
Phone (616) 331-2025 • 1-800-748-0246 • firstname.lastname@example.org