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. 

RPTS 201Foundations of Recreation, Parks and Tourism3
RPTS 302Application of Tourism Principles3
Select four from the following:12
Supervised Field Studies
Leisure and Outdoor Recreation in American Culture
Administration of Recreation Resource Agencies
   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
Cruise Tourism
Service Quality for Hospitality Organizations
Study Abroad in Natural Resources 1
Total Semester Credit Hours18

Students must make a grade of C or better in all courses.

An internship (RPTS 484) is available for minors above required 18 hours.