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Recreation Management - Master of Science

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Common Paths*

1 Year Internship Path

Fall Semester

REC 520 - Revenue Management in Recreation Enterprises

REC 701 - Philosophical Foundations in Leisure, Play and Recreation

REC 720 - Research Methods for Recreations, Parks, and Leisure

Elective (REC 504 - Budgeting in the Recreation Enterprise)

Total Credits: 12

Spring Semester

REC 710 - Entrepreneurship in Recreation

REC 711 - Management of Leisure Service Organizations

Elective (REC 500 - Planning for Park and Recreation Facilities)

Elective (REC 502 - Risk Management in Leisure Service Organizations)

Total Credits: 12

Summer Internship

REC 700 - Internship in Guided Learning

This is a minimum 420 hour internship working either part or full-time

Total Credits: 6

2 Year Research Path

Year 1 Fall

REC 520 - Revenue Management in Recreation Enterprises

REC 701 - Philosophical Foundations in Leisure, Play and Recreation

REC 720 - Research Methods for Recreations, Parks, and Leisure

Total Credits: 9

Year 1 Spring

REC 710 - Entrepreneurship in Recreation

REC 711 - Management of Leisure Service Organizations

Elective (REC 500 - Planning for Park and Recreation Facilities)

Total Credits: 9

Year 2 Fall

Elective (REC 504 - Budgeting in the Recreation Enterprise)

REC 799 (Research: Master's Thesis) OR REC 761 (Graduate Project in Recreation) - 3 Credits

Total Credits: 6

Year 2 Spring

Elective (REC 502 - Risk Management in Leisure Service Organizations)

REC 799 (Research: Master's Thesis) OR REC 761 (Graduate Project in Recreation) - 3 Credits

Total Credits: 6

*Both 'Common Paths' do not include any prerequisites the student may be deficient in and neither are required paths.