Recreation Management: Experience Industry Management

Recreation Management: Experience Industry Management
BS
Hours64 Credit Hours
LEPLimited Enrollment Program of 90 Students.
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Program Requirements

Students are advised to take Stat 121 to fulfill their Languages of Learning general education requirement.
Apply and be formally accepted into the program.
requirement 2 Complete 3 options
Complete the following Recreation Management Core courses:
requirement 6
Complete the Senior Exit Survey.
Recommended Complete 2 courses
Recommended Courses:
Program Outcomes

Foundational Knowledge - Nature and Scope of Industry

Students graduating from the experience industries management program shall demonstrate entry-level knowledge of the nature and scope of the experience industry management profession.

Foundational Knowledge - Professional Techniques & Processes

Students graduating from the experience industry management program shall demonstrate entry-level knowledge of the techniques and processes used by professionals in the recreation experience industries.

Foundational Knowledge - History, Science, Philosophy

Students graduating from the experience industry management program shall demonstrate entry-level knowledge of the foundation of the profession's history, science, and philosophy.

Experience Delivery Embracing Personal & Cultural Diversity

Students graduating from the experience industry management program shall demonstrate the ability to design, implement, and evaluate services that facilitate targeted human experiences and that embrace personal and cultural dimensions of diversity.

Management of Recreation Experience Industries

Students graduating from the program shall demonstrate entry-level knowledge about operations and strategic management/administration in the recreation experience industries.

Internship - Potential to Succeed as Professionals

Students graduating from the program shall demonstrate, through a comprehensive internship of not less than 400 clock hours and no fewer than 10 weeks, the potential to succeed as professionals at supervisory or higher levels in the recreation experience industries.