Recreation, Sport and Tourism

Master of Science in Recreation, Sport and Tourism

A candidate for the M.S. degree must spend at least one semester on campus. A full-time student can complete the program in three or four semesters.

Thesis Option

RST 501Concepts & Applications in Recreation, Sport & Tourism4
Select two of the following:8
Managing Recreation, Sport & Tourism Organizations
Marketing in RST
Finance & Budgeting in RST
Select one Option Area Course from:4
Critical Issues Recreation Mgt
Critical Issues Sport Mgt
Critical Issues Tourism Mgt
Additional Coursework
Support Option8
Research Methods8
RST 599Thesis Research4
Total Hours36

Other Requirements1

Other requirements may overlap
Minimum Hours Overall Required Within the Unit: 12 at the 500 level
Minimum 500-level Hours Required overall: 16
Minimum GPA: 3.0

Non-Thesis Option

RST 501Concepts & Applications in Recreation, Sport & Tourism4
RST 512Managing Recreation, Sport & Tourism Organizations4
RST 515Marketing in RST4
RST 516Finance & Budgeting in RST4
RST 594Special Topics in Leisure (Section SM)4
Select one Option Area Course from:4
Critical Issues Recreation Mgt
Critical Issues Sport Mgt
Critical Issues Tourism Mgt
Additional Coursework12
Total Credit Hours36

Other Requirements1

Other requirements may overlap
Minimum Hours Overall Required Within the Unit: 12 at the 500 level
Minimum 500-level Hours Required overall: 16
Minimum GPA: 3.0