The Sport Studies minor provides students with a broad cultural perspective on sport, leisure, and recreation, cultivating the necessary skills, knowledge, and attitudes for effective leadership in the field.
The American Kinesiology Association describes kinesiology as, “an academic discipline which involves the study of physical activity and its impact on health, society, and quality of life.” Kinesiology might also simply be defined as, “the study of human movement.”
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Interdisciplinary Studies (Discover Degree) is a customized program of study for students with unique interests and career goals. Students choosing this major demonstrate high levels of autonomy, responsibility, and independent thinking.
The Ragsdale Lecture Series brings national speakers to Young Harris College to discuss relevant governmental and political issues. It was established in 1983 by Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Paris to honor Mrs. Paris’ cousin, Warner B. Ragsdale. Ragsdale was a 1917 graduate of Young Harris College who achieved a long and distinguished career in journalism.
The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in History exposes you to the vast social, cultural, military, economic, political and intellectual details and experiences of the past to better understand and impact the future.