Master of Science Degree: Leisure Behavior

(1) Thesis Option: 36 hours total

Core Requirements—12 credit hours:

  • RST 501–Theories and Concepts of Leisure—4 hours
  • RST 503–Advanced Leisure Research Methods—4 hours
     
  • RST 502–Critical Issues in Recreation Management—4 hours
    Or
    RST 520 –Critical Issues in Sport Management—4 hours
    Or
    RST 530–Critical Issues in Tourism Management—4 hours
    Plus:
    RST 590–Seminar (2 semesters are required)— 0 hours

Restricted Electives—16 credit hours:

Restricted electives are selected in consultation with advisor and include specialization and approved elective courses in the department as well as outside the department.

Thesis—8 credit hours:

  • RST 599–Thesis Research—8 hours

All course selections must be made in consultation with your academic advisor.