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
RST 520 –Critical Issues in Sport Management—4 hours
RST 530–Critical Issues in Tourism Management—4 hours
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.