Units required for concentration: 48-49 units
Individual goals, activities, and academic requirements for community service work and the service-learning credit option are outlined in a Service Learning Option/Contract agreed upon and signed by the student, instructor, and agency sponsor. Enrolled students are required to attend mid-semester and final learning assessment workshops and to complete written evaluations. Credit for the course awarded only if contract and course requirements are completed.
Note: and may not be used to meet major requirements.
Examines the use of natural, cultural, and heritage resources for recreation, tourism and leisure purposes in a variety of settings and under the auspices of various agencies. Includes study of various protected areas and facilities, including parks, forests, museums, and cultural sites and how they are influenced by social trends, conflicting use demands, agency responsibilities, environmental considerations, and fiscal implications.
Students graduating with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation Administration: Recreation and Park Management/Recreation Therapy will not be subject to the University’s Foreign Language Graduation Requirement. Students who change major may be subject to the University’s Foreign Language Graduation Requirement.
The dissertation will be submitted in two parts.
It is the responsibility of the student, in consultation with their portfolio advisor, to maintain the portfolio and to insure that all requirements have been successfully completed prior to graduation. The completed portfolio is presented in for Recreation and Park Management Concentration students, or for Recreation Therapy Concentration students.
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Units required for the Minor: 21, all of which must be taken in Recreation, Parks & Tourism Administration. At least 12 units must be upper division, with at least 9 upper division units taken in residence. A grade of "C-" or better is required in all upper division courses applied to the minor. Minor students may enroll in department certificates (listed below) with advisor approval. Courses in the certificate may overlap with minor requirements. The minor must be completed for the certificate to be awarded.
Minor electives in Recreation, Parks & Tourism Administration must be chosen in conjunction with a minor advisor. Only one of , or may be counted toward the minor. Minor electives may not include , , , , RPTA 195 series courses (B, C, D, or E), . With minor advisor approval, up to 3 units of may be applied to the minor.
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Units required for the Minor in Non-Profit Administration: 21, all of which must be taken in Recreation, Parks & Tourism Administration. At least 12 units must be upper division, with at least 9 upper division units taken in residence. A grade of "C-" or better is required in all upper division courses applied to the minor.
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Completion of any of the following course lists entitles a student to receive a certificate for that program in addition to the Bachelor of Science diploma. Certificates are officially recognized by the university and will appear on a student's transcript and may be listed on a student's résumé. Students must be declared RPTA majors or minors in order to enroll in the certificate programs. If a student fails to complete the major or minor, the certificate will not be awarded.