Recreation Management (BS)

Shown here are the general learning goals of the program broken down into specific student learning outcomes (SLOs). These SLOs represent what a student should be able to do as a result of successfully completing this program. Student performance on these outcomes are routinely assessed by program faculty as a way of informing programmatic improvement efforts.

Goal Outcome

1. Students will understand the role of conflict resolution strategies in recreation management.

  • 1.1 Students will identify different conflict resolution techniques in recreation management.
  • 1.2 Students will compare and contrast different conflict resolution techniques in recreation management settings.
  • 1.3 Students will apply conflict resolution techniques in varied recreation settings.

2. Students will understand recreation and leisure theories.

  • 2.1 Students will identify recreation and leisure theories.
  • 2.2 Students will compare and contrast recreation and Leisure theories.
  • 2.3 Student will apply recreation and leisure theories to recreation practice.

3. Student will plan and design recreational experiences for individuals with disabilities.

  • 3.1 Students will identify the differences between inclusive and special recreation.
  • 3.2 Students will identify techniques to provide accommodations for individuals with disabilities.
  • 3.3 Students will design a new program or modify an existing recreation program to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities.

4. Students will demonstrate an understanding of how budgets work.

  • 4.1 Students will review an existing recreation management budget.
  • 4.2 Students will critique an existing recreation management budget.
  • 4.3 Students will develop a new budget from the existing recreation management budget.

5. Students will demonstrate an understanding of risk management in recreation settings.

  • 5.1 Students will identify an existing risk management plan.
  • 5.2 Students will review an existing risk management plan.
  • 5.3 Students will critique an existing risk management plan.