Recreation and Tourism Management

Student Learning Outcomes - Undergraduate Program

  1. Demonstrate critical thinking including innovation, analysis, synthesis and application to the fields of recreation, play, leisure, parks, hospitality and/or tourism throughout the RTM program. 
  2. Demonstrate entry-level knowledge in the nature and scope of the park, recreation, tourism, and hospitality professions and the historic, scientific, and philosophical foundations of the profession based on evaluation of key class assignments and industry standards.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to design, implement, and evaluate services, events, and programs that model inclusive practices and that enhance the quality of life for all people through recreation and leisure experiences in a minimum of 3 required assignments in core courses. 
  4. Demonstrate entry-level knowledge and skills associated with delivery, leadership, and operations management, including skills in emotional intelligence as assessed on outcome measures. 
  5. Demonstrate application and integration of theoretical knowledge in a practical setting through successful completion of learning outcomes generated for a professional internship (minimum of 400 hours) in preparation for pursuing employment in the parks, recreation, tourism and hospitality industry.