Sports Studies, Recreation and Athletics
Adviser: Dean Snider (Director of Athletics and Chair, Sport Studies, Recreation and Athletics)
Whitman’s program of activity and lecture classes, intramurals, and club and intercollegiate athletics is broad-based and flexible. The program is designed to meet the physical and recreational needs of the college community and to enhance the quality of life and learning of all who participate.
Courses in sport studies, recreation and athletics are divided into two categories: theory and activity. Theory courses are designed for students who wish to study issues and theory in sport and recreation. Activity courses are designed to provide experience and training within a diverse mix of physical education, recreation, fitness, and individual and team sport offerings.
- Sport Studies, Recreation and Athletics 200, 308, 328, 329, 357, 380, 385, 390, 395
- A broad range of activity courses