Bachelor of Applied Arts (B.A.A.) in Recreation Major - Recreation and Event Management Concentration Undergraduate Program By Central Michigan University |Top Universities

Bachelor of Applied Arts (B.A.A.) in Recreation Major - Recreation and Event Management Concentration

Main Subject Area

Hospitality and Leisure ManagementMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Hospitality and Leisure Management

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

This program is first professionally accredited major. Regardless of the concentration selected, students majoring in recreation will be required to enroll in a common core of courses that will emphasize the philosophical framework of the profession. Students will acquire professional competencies to effectively design, organize, implement, manage, administer, and/or evaluate recreational programming assuring it effectively meets the diverse needs of the individuals or community serviced. The department places a strong emphasis on the practical aspects of a students training by offering an extensive internship program which is completed following the completion of professional coursework. The combination of the professional internship and the curriculum provides the student with the competencies necessary to direct and/or administer leisure services supporting individual, family, and community wellness assuring an enhanced quality of life for all. An internship and a minor are required on this concentration. Specific minors are preferred and indicated with each emphasis area. Other minors may be considered only through consultation and approval from the department advisor. In this program, students can select one of the following emphasis areas: Commercial Recreation and Community Recreation.

Program overview

Main Subject

Hospitality and Leisure Management

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

This program is first professionally accredited major. Regardless of the concentration selected, students majoring in recreation will be required to enroll in a common core of courses that will emphasize the philosophical framework of the profession. Students will acquire professional competencies to effectively design, organize, implement, manage, administer, and/or evaluate recreational programming assuring it effectively meets the diverse needs of the individuals or community serviced. The department places a strong emphasis on the practical aspects of a students training by offering an extensive internship program which is completed following the completion of professional coursework. The combination of the professional internship and the curriculum provides the student with the competencies necessary to direct and/or administer leisure services supporting individual, family, and community wellness assuring an enhanced quality of life for all. An internship and a minor are required on this concentration. Specific minors are preferred and indicated with each emphasis area. Other minors may be considered only through consultation and approval from the department advisor. In this program, students can select one of the following emphasis areas: Commercial Recreation and Community Recreation.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

79+
6+
Jan-2000

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