H S 310P H S 310P. Physical Activity and Society. 3 Hours.
Same as Sociology 302P. Explores the way in which people are physically active in a social context - primarily in the United States. Examines how social forces influence physical activity including cultural, economic, historical, and demographic considerations. Examines physical activity on both the individual and population levels to better understand benefits and barriers to activity through the social context. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Only one of the following may be counted: Sociology 302P, 304 (Topic: Physical Activity and Society), Health and Society 310P.
Thirty semester credit hours, including at least 15 hour of upper-division coursework, consisting of: