Recreation

BS Recreation Student Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this program students will be able to:

  1. Identify and assess the factors (including leisure behavior and the environment) related to the development of sustainable communities.
  2. Critically assess the influence of legal and political systems on the management of recreation and tourism programs and services.
  3. Assess the extent to which leisure service delivery systems are inclusive of diverse populations, particularly people with disabilities.
  4. Apply the principles of area and facility management, particularly with regard to risk management and accommodation.
  5. Apply basic principles of research and data analysis related to recreation and tourism.

Program Learning Outcomes

 

MS Recreation Student Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this program students willbe able to:

  1. Apply historical and philosophical foundations of recreation and tourism to trends in the field.
  2. Articulate and critique the key theoretical foundations of recreation and tourism.
  3. Identify and assess gaps in professional literature related to recreation and tourism.
  4. Critique research articles with respect to researchable questions, research design, data collection, and data analysis.
  5. Demonstrate graduate level writing competency encompassing application of APA format and critical analysis of concepts and issues.

Assessment Reports


  • Recreations B.S.

Spring 2013 (doc)

Spring 2008 (doc)

Spring 2007 (doc)

  • Recreations M.S.

Spring 2008 (doc) or Spring 2008 (doc)

Spring 2007 (doc)

Program Planning Documents

Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism Mgmt Letter to Provost 2009 (doc)
Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism Mgmt Program Plan 2002 (pdf)