Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences - Minor
The minor in Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences provides historical and philosophical foundations of recreation and tourism, with flexibility for students to select electives in their areas of interest.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|RPTS 201||Foundations of Recreation, Parks and Tourism||3|
|RPTS 302||Application of Tourism Principles||3|
|Select four from the following:||12|
|Supervised Field Studies|
|Leisure and Outdoor Recreation in American Culture|
|Administration of Recreation Resource Agencies|
or RPTS 323
|or Managing Hospitality and Recreation Organizations|
|Interpretation of Natural and Cultural Resources|
|Foundations of Community and Community Development|
|Planning and Implementation of Events and Programs|
|Recreation, Parks, Tourism and Diverse Populations|
|Youth Development Organizations and Services|
|Park Planning and Design|
|Service Quality for Hospitality Organizations|
|Study Abroad in Natural Resources 1|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||18|
Maximum of 3 credits of RENR 400 will apply to Minor.
Students must make a grade of C or better in all courses.
An internship (RPTS 484) is available for minors above required 18 hours.