The purpose of the Act is to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries by means of educational and cultural exchanges. Educational and cultural exchanges assist the Department of State in furthering the foreign policy objectives of the United States.
LSM - Outdoor Recreation Workshop 3credit hours Off-campus course that provides materials and experiences not available in the classroom. Public, private non-profits, and commercial agencies experienced through a series of field trips, lectures, group exercises, and other experiential-based activities.
LSM - Seminar: Outdoor Recreation and Environmental Issues 3credit hours Awareness of the importance of environmental considerations when planning, managing, or administering outdoor recreation programs.
LSM - Readings in Leisure, Sport, and Tourism 3credit hours In-depth reading and preparation of an annotated bibliography and report. Arrangements for this course should be made with the instructor prior to registration.
LSM - Evaluation of Leisure, Sport, and Tourism 3credit hours Research and evaluation procedures and techniques applicable to assessing recreation and leisure service programs, participants, administrative structures, and resources. Emphasis on beginning and completing a "real-world" evaluation project.
Examines the various uses of the aquatic environment to develop, maintain, and improve physical performance with practical development of skills and techniques and aquatic exercise programming. Combines both didactic and laboratory activities in an experiential learning environment. LSM - Outdoor Environmental Education 3credit hours Camping leadership and outdoor education principles with implications for management, planning of, and interpretation in recreation areas as well as for policy development.
Emphasis on meaningful, outstanding studies and research in the field of leisure and sport. Range of different theoretical perspectives and behavioral concepts underlying pertinent research. Individual study of current problems or areas of interest.
PHED - Administration and Supervision of Physical Education and Sport 3credit hours The organization, planning, and functions involved in administering and supervising programs of physical education and sport. Clinical or field experience required of students with a sport management concentration.
Introductory course in computer literacy or equivalent with instructor permission. Focus on understanding of and competency in use of a variety of technology applications related to the profession. Students required to enroll in the corresponding lab during the same semester.
Investigation and application of profession-specific software and hardware applications.
Those with extensive work experience will develop, implement, and conclude a project research or applied in consultation with the major professor. Students are strongly encouraged to take the non-LSM courses outside the department. Candidate must file a degree plan in the College of Graduate Studies prior to the entry into the program; file a Notice of Intent to Graduate form in the College of Graduate Studies within the first two weeks of the term in which candidate intends to graduate.
Steve Estes, Program Director Steven. The two year program focuses on parks and recreation; recreational, college, and professional sport; event planning; tourism; and resort or hotel administration.
The goal of the Master's in Leisure and Sport Management is to prepare individuals to lead leisure and sport organizations, to support the expansion of the leisure and sport industries, and to conduct research that advances the body of knowledge in these disciplines.
Please see undergraduate catalog for information regarding undergraduate programs. Admission Requirements Admission decisions will be made after reviewing all materials and determining the applicant's capacity, suitability, and preparation for graduate study.
Admission decisions are based upon consideration of a number of criteria which are believed to indicate a high potential in the graduate program.
Admission to the Master of Science M. Applicants must have earned at least 18 semester hours at the bachelor's or master's level in courses related to the selected concentration e. Students lacking an appropriate background may be required to complete prerequisite coursework.
Successful applicants typically have scores on the GRE Verbal and Quantitative measures that exceed and respectively current scale or former scale with a total combined score that exceeds current scale or former scale. The Analytical Writing Assessment score is also considered; letters from professors who can address one's ability to do graduate-level work: Application Procedures All application materials are to be submitted to the College of Graduate Studies.
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