Recreation and Tourism Management

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Undergraduate Degree Program

Bachelor of Science Degree in Tourism, Hospitality, and Recreation Management

The Department offers Bachelor of Science Degree in Tourism Hospitality and Recreation Management. Course work includes experiential learning and professional internships that put students in touch with the community and professional setting. With the guidance of an experienced student-centered faculty advisor, students choose electives tailored to their personal career objectives with a wide array of emerging human service career paths in areas of focus such as:

  • Tourism Management
  • Event Planning/Management
  • Club Management
  • Hotel Management
  • Restaurant Management
  • Recreational Sports Management
  • Community Recreation Play Facilitation
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Employee Services
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Managed Service 

Accreditation

The Department of Recreation and Tourism Management is accredited through the Council on Accreditation for Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Related Professions (COAPRT). Detailed information on the accreditation standards met and data demonstrating our achievement of standards is available at this link: http://www.csun.edu/~vcrec004/COAPRT/COAPRT_Directory.html

Important Information Regarding Degree Mills

Please watch this important video(http://youtu.be/a1voHNMQDrk) regarding degree and accreditation mills. According to CHEA, "Degree mills and accreditation mills mislead and harm. In the United States, degrees and certificates from mills may not be acknowledged by other institutions when students seek to transfer or go to graduate school. Employers may not acknowledge degrees and certificates from degree mills when providing tuition assistance for continuing education. “Accreditation” from an accreditation mill can mislead students and the public about the quality of an institution. In the presence of degree mills and accreditation mills, students may spend a good deal of money and receive neither an education nor a useable credential." Read more on CHEA's website (http://www.chea.org/degreemills/).