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CENTRAL WASHINGTON U
NIVERSITY

Recreation and Tourism

Student Handbook


















Department of Family and Consumer Sciences

2012
-
2013


About Us

The
Recreation and Tourism Program (RT)
at Central Washington University (CWU) had its
beginnings in 1947, and was the first of its kind at a college or unive
rsity in Washington s
tate.
Many of the graduates of the CWU Program occupy positions in leadership an
d management
throughout the Pacific Northwest. They provide a strong network of alumni support for
students who will follow them into the workforce.


Recreation Management
and
Tourism

Management
are challenging and rewarding areas of
study, and Central Wa
shington University is noted for the enthusiastic approach taken to the
academic preparation of future career professionals.


Faculty

Advisors


Dr. Dorothy Chase

(509) 963
-
1968

chasedo@cwu.edu


Michaelsen 1
00/134



Dr. Kenneth Cohen

(509) 963
-
1967

cohenk@cwu.edu


Michaelsen
231


Dr. Barbara Masberg

(509) 963
-
1969

masbergb@cwu.edu


Michaelsen 226



Dr. Robert Perkins

509
-
963
-
1292

perkinsr@cwu.edu

Michaelsen
100/331
Requirements



M
inimum grade of C
-

in each course applied to major/ minor requirements. Grades
belo
w C
-

may still count towar
d 180 credits.



Minimum 2.3
GPA

in the major/ minor for graduation
.



E
lective
credits
to be preapproved by an RT
advisor
.



Six

credits of RT 292 Practicum
and

12 credits

RT 490 Cooperative Education/Internship.
RT 292 Practicum (6) credits should be completed prior to RT 490. Additional 4 credits of
RT 292 or 8 credits of RT 490 may be applied to Electives with prior approval.



Meet

with RT advisor regularly
,

bringing CAPS

report each time
.



Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Tourism

Major
Specialization
s

in

Event Planning, Recreation Management, Tourism Management



As of Fall

2012



















Event Planning Specialization
















FCSG 220

Leadership and Human Development

4

FCSG 230

Program and Event
Budgeting

2

FCSG 320

Program Management and Planning

4

FCSG 379

Internship Planning and Development

3

FCSG 419

Applied Research and Evaluation

3

FCSG 420

Program Advertising Promotion

5

HRM 381
OR

Management of Human Resources

5



RT 380

Supervision in Hospitality Industry


RT 201

Introduction to Recreation and Tourism

3

RT 292

Practicum

6

RT 309

Facility Planning and Sustainable Design

4

RT 330

Sustainable Resources for RT

3

RT 484

Legal Liability and Risk Management

4

RT 490

Cooperative Education

12

IT 260

Integrated Information Technology Applications

5

Core

Credits

63

Core Credits


63

RT 373D

Convention and Meeting Management

5

RT 374

Festivals and Events

3

RT 405

Hospitality Catering

3

RT/GWS 452

OR

Regional Wine Tourism

4


GWS 303

Major Wine Regions of the World


RT 485

Events Administration

4

Advisor Approved Electives

14

Total Credits


Event Planning Major

9
6

4



…continued

As of
Fall 2012


Recreation Management Specialization















Tourism Management

Specialization









09/
12















Core

Credits


63

RT 2
22

Recreation Programming and Activities

3

RT 382

Community Recreation

3

RT 488

Recreation Management

4

Social Science

(PSY 447, 452, 445; SOC 320, 325, 331, 343, 344, 365;
FS 332,
334, 435; ENST 202)

3

Advisor Approved Electives

21

Total Credits


Recreation

Management M
ajor

97

Core Credits


63

RT 371

Tourism Essentials

3

RT
480

Tourism Administration

4

ACCT 301
OR

Financial
Accounting Analysis

5


BSED 146

Basic Accounting


Advisor Approved Electives

22

Total Credits


Tourism Management M
ajor

97


Recreation and Tourism Minors

As of Fall 2012

Tourism Management

Minor












Recreation Management
Minor















Event Planning Minor











RT 292

OR

Practicum

4


RT 490

Cooperative Education/ Internship


RT 337

OR

Tour and Interpretive Program Development

3


RT 379

OR

Cruise Line Industry



RT 473

Air Travel and Tourism


RT 371

Tourism Essentials

3

RT 373D
OR

Convention and Meeting Management

5


RT 373E

Resort Management


RT 480

Tourism Administration

4

Advisor Approved Electives

8

Total Credits Tourism Management M
inor

27

FCSG 220


Leadership/ Human
Development

4

FCSG 230

Program and Event Budgeting

2

RT 201

Intro

to Recreation and Tourism

3

RT 222

Recreation Programming and Activities

3

RT 292

OR

Practicum

3


RT 490

Cooperative Education/ Internship


RT 382

Community Recreation

3

RT 484

Legal Liability and Risk Management

4

RT 488

Recreation Management

4

Advisor Approved Electives

3

Total Credits Recreation Management M
inor

29

FCSG 230

Program and Event Budgeting

2

RT 292

Practicum

1

RT
373D

Convention and Meeting Management

5

RT 374

Festival and Events

3

RT 405

Hospitality Catering

3

RT 485

Events Administration

4

Advisor Approved Electives


(
choose
ADMG 385, COM 312, COM 345, FCSG
320, GWS/RT 452, MKT 360, RT 222, RT 381 )

8

Total Credits
Event Planning Minor

26

5



Recreation and Tourism Minor
s

(Continued)

As of Fall 2012





Sustainable Tourism Minor
















Wine Trade and Tourism
Minor








09/12



Required Courses
: Credits: 12


ENST 201
OR

Earth as an
Ecosystem

5


ENST 202

Ecosystems, Resources, Population, and Culture


ENST 303

Environmental Management

5

RT 355

Sustainable Tourism: Contemporary Issues

2


12

Choose 2 of the following: Credits: 6
-
7


RT 309

Facility Planning and Sustainable
Design

4

RT 330

Sustainable Resources for Recreation and Tourism

3

RT 471

Tourism Planning and Sustainable Development

3



6
-
7

Choose 2 of the following: Credits: 7
-
10



ANTH 358 (or other 300 level ANTH with approval), ECON 201, GEOG
203,
GEOG 308, GEOG 310, GWS/RT 452, RT 371, RT 398, SOC 380

7
-
10




Total Credits
Sustainable Tourism Minor


25
-
29

GWS 302

Fundamental of Viticulture and Enology

4

GWS 303

Major Wine Regions of the World

4

GWS 304

Wine Marketing and Branding

4

GWS 406

Professional Wine Analysis

3

GWS/RT 452

Regional Wine Tourism


4

RT 371

Tourism Essentials

3

Advisor Approved Electives

(choose FCSG 230, FCSG 320, RT 330,


RT 373D, RT373E,
RT 374,
RT 386,

RT 405,

RT 471, RT 473, RT 480, RT 484, RT 490)

7



Total Credits Wine Trade and Tourism Minor

29

5


RT Career “
Tracks


The following three pages are suggested electives for various industry sectors of Recreation, Tourism,
Events. Elective
courses should be preapproved by your advisor.

Special Events, Conventions, and
Hospitality Planning

Careers: convention centers, convention and
visitor bureaus (CVB) hotels, city recreation
departments, event planners, caterers,
wedding planner
s






Travel and Tourism Industry

Careers: Tour operators, travel agencies,
airlines, cruise lines, casinos,
visitor
information centers (VIC), marketing

RT 272

Lodging Operations I

3

RT 337

Tours and Interpretation

3

RT 377

Casinos and Gaming

3

RT 379

Cruise Line Industry

3

RT 373E

Resort Management

5

RT 286

International Travel: North and
South America

3

RT 386

International: Europe, Africa

3

RT 486

International: Asia, Oceania

3

RT 393

F, N, O, P, Q Visitations


*RT 471

Planning and Development

3

*RT 473

Air Travel and Tourism

3

*RT 479

Cruise Line Workshop

2

Foreign Language courses


INTL International Studies 110
-
465



Lodging: Hotel, Motel, Resort,
Hospitality

Careers:
Hotels, motels, resorts, with or
without food service facilities, convention and
visitor bureaus (CVB)


RT 222

Recreation Programming

3

RT 272

Lodging Operations
I

3

RT 373C

Hospitality Sales

5

*RT 373D

Convention Management

5

RT 373E

Resort Management

5

RT 393

N, O, P Visitations


RT 405

Hospitality Catering

3

*RT 471

Planning and Development

3

*RT 474

Lodging Operations II

2

NUTR
2
40

Intro to Foods (&
Lab)

4

*NUTR 340

Mgmt of Food Resources

2

*NUTR 342

Quantity Food Production

4

RT 222

Recreation Programming

3

RT 272

Lodging Operations I

3

RT 373D

Convention Management

5

RT 381

Sport Management

5

RT 374

Festivals and Events

3

RT 393

F, O, P Visitations


*RT 471

Planning and Development

3

RT 405

Hospitality Catering

3

FCSA

381

Fashion Show Production

2

RMT 330

Principles of Retailing

4

NUTR
2
40+L

Intro to Foods (& Lab)

4

*NUTR 340

Mgmt of Food Resources

2

*NUTR 342

Quantity Food Production
and Service (& Lab)

4

GWS/RT 452

Regional Wine Tourism

4

Majors must complete
elective credits


22 Tourism

or
21 Recreation or 14
in
Enent
s.

Fourteen (14)
credits must be RT prefix.
See your advisor!


6



Recreation Activities

Careers: City Parks and Recreation
Departments, YMCA, youth centers, senior
centers, camps, resorts

RT 222

Recreation Programming

3

RT
300

Challenge Course Leadership

4

RT 373E

Resort Management

5

RT 393

A, B, C, D, E, G, H, I, J, K, L, M


RT 381

Recreational Sports Mgt

3

RT 382

Community Recreation


RT 431

Resident Camp Programming

3

EMS 245

First Aid

3

PE

(PEAQ Aquatics, PED Dance,

PEF
F
itness, PEID Sports, PETS Teams)


Add on other courses for
the
recreation
specialties

listed below...



Child and Youth Leadership

Careers: Community centers, clubs, camps


F
S

332

Theories
for

Child Development

4

PED 314

Dance for Children

3

*
PSY 447

Psychology of Adolescence

4

SOC 343

Child Abuse

5

SOC 344

Juvenile Delinquency

5

SOC 365

Minority Groups

5

TH 312

Creative Dramatics

in
School
and
Leisure

3







Recreation for Senior Adults

Careers: Adult activity centers, seniors’
homes


*
FS

435

Family Gerontology

4

*NUTR 441

Nutrition and Aging

3

*HED 412

Health Aspects of Aging

3

*PSY 452

Adult Development & Aging

4

SOC 320

Death and Dying

5

SOC 325

Aging

5

PED 309

Teaching Methods
for
Recreational Dance

3


Recreational Sports
Management

Careers: Sports programs and teams


SOC 331

Sociology of Sport

5

*NUTR 446

Nutrition/Weight Control

3

HED 205

Drugs and Sports

2

PE 321


333

Coaching






Outdoor

Recreation

Careers: Parks, ca
mps, resorts, commercial
recreation, youth programs


RT 487

Outdoor Recreation Issues

3

RT 498

Outdoor Survival

3

BIOL 360

General Ecology

5

GEOG 203

Map Reading/Interpretation

3

GEOG 355

Geog of the Pacific NW

4

*GEOL
102

Geology of National Parks

5

*GEOL 350

North West Geology

4









Choices must be approved by the student’s Major Advisor

7

















Sustainable Recreation and
Tourism/ Ecotourism

Careers: Sustainability is a theme or ethic
that can be applied from any position within
the recreation and tourism field.


RT
355

Sustainable Tourism

2

RT 398

“ “ Study Abroad

4

*BIOL 462

Wildlife and Fisheries Ecology

5

*BIOL 466

Conservation Biology

5

GEOG 389

Ecosystem Geography

5

GEOG 440

Ecology and Culture

4

GEOG 445

Natural Resources Policy

4

ENST 201

Earth as an Ecosystem

5

ENST 202

Ecosystems, Resources

5

*ENST 305

Environmental Management

5

*ENST 444

Environmental Policy

4


Wine Trade Professional
Certificate

(15 credits)

Careers: Wineries, Wine Tast
ing Rooms,
Wine Events, Lodging,
Hospitality, Catering


*GWS 302

Fundamentals of Viticulture and
Enology

4

*GWS 303

Major Wine Regions of the
World

4

*GWS 304

Wine Marketing and Branding

4

*GWS 406

Professional Wine Analysis

3




Tour Development and Tour
Guiding

Careers: Tour companies, Travel agencies,

Attractions, Museums, Theme parks, Visitor
Information Centers (VIC), Parks
-

Recreation

RT 337

Tours and Interpretative Program
Development

3

RT 379

Cruise Line Industry

3

RT 373 E

Resort Management

5

RT 393

Visitations

1

RT 437

Interpretive Writing & Design

3

RT 471

Planning Development Tourism

2

RT 473

Air Travel and Tourism

3

RT 479

Cruise Line Workshop

2

TH 244/5/6

Basic Acting; Movement; Voice

3

ANTH 360

Intro to Museum Studies

4

ANTH
361

Museum Exhibit Design

4

GEOG 355

Geography of the Pacific
Northwest

4

SOC 333

Genealogy

1

INTL

110
-
465

International Studies


Foreign Language

courses





*
See Catalog for prerequisites
The Wine Trade Professional Certificate is offered by

the Global Wine Studies (GWS) program.

8


Recreation and
Tourism Two
-
year Plan
*

x = offered

Course

Title

Credits

Fall

2012 and
2013

Winter
2013 and
2014

Spring

2013 and
2014

Summer
201
3

BSED 146

Basic Accounting

5

x

x

x


FCSG 220

Leadership

4

x

x

x

x

FCSG 230

Program Budgeting

2

x

x

x

x

FCSG

320

Program Management

4

x


x


FCSG 379

Internship & Prof Dev.

3


x

x


FCSG 419

Applied Research

3

x

x

x

x

FCSG 420

Program Advertising

5

x

x


x

RT 201

Intro to Rec

and Tourism

3

x

x

x


RT 222

Recreation Programming


3


x



RT 292

Practicum

(1
-
3)

x

x

x

x

RT 309

Facility Planning

4

x

x



RT 330

Sustainable Resources

3

x


x


RT 371

Tourism Essentials

3


x



RT 382

Community Recreation

3



x


RT 480

Tourism Administration

4


x

x


RT 484

Legal Liability
Risk Mgmt

4

x

x



RT 488

Recreation
Management

4



x


RT 490

Cooperative Education

(1
-
12)

x

x

x

X


















September 14, 2012

Fall 201
2

Winter 201
3

Spring 201
3

Summer 201
3

RT 272 (3) Lodging Ops I

RT 355 (2) Sustainable
Tourism

GWS/RT 452 Regional Wine
Tourism

RT 292 (
1
-
3) Practicum

RT

300 (4) Challenge
Course Leadership

RT 373 D (5)
Convention

RT 431 (3) Resident Camping

RT 300 (4) Challenge Course Leadership

RT 373 E (5) Resort Mgt.

RT 405 (3) Hosp
itality

Catering

RT 474 (2) Lodging Ops II

RT 337 (3)Tours


online

RT 381 (3) Rec

Sports
Management

RT
360

(3) Outdoor
Survival

RT 485 (4) Event Planning
Administration [required for
Event Planning Minor]

RT 473 (3) Air Travel and Tourism

RT 405 (3) Hospitality
Catering

RT 374 (3) Festivals and
Events

RT 498 (5) Grant Writing

RT
484 (4) Legal Liability Risk Mgmt






RT
490 (1
-

12) Cooperative Education /
Internships

Intern in Australia!





RT Outdoor Camping


Elective Courses



Courses

ACCT 301
-

Financial Accounting Analysis

Underlying concepts,
preparation, and use of
financial statements from the user’s viewpoint.


ANTH 215
-

Concepts in GIS


Basic principles and uses of Geographic
Information Systems (GIS). Practice with the use
of GIS in solving land management and evaluation
problems.


BSED

146
-

Basic Accounting


Basic introductory course to accounting concepts.


ENST 202
-

Ecosystems, Resources,
Population, and Culture

The physical and cultural dimensions of
environmental problems with particular emphasis
given to the interaction between
ecosystems, basic
resources, population dynamics, and culture.


FCSG 220
-

Leadership in Human Development
This highly interactive (challenge course,
community service) course focuses on developing
students’ leadership skills that provide a base for
impro
ved communication in both personal and
professional situations.

FCSG 230
-

Program and Event Budgeting
Budget processes, terminology, and formats will
be covered along with the preparation of basic
budgets for events and programs.


FCSG 320
-

Program
Management and
Planning


A holistic approach to program management.
Content deals with planning, organizing, and
controlling programs.
S
pecial events, recreation,
product development, construction, and business.

FCSG 379
-

Professional Development and
In
ternship Planning

Students will explore career options and networks
within their industry, develop materials for a job
search, and acquire skills related to
professionalism.


FCSG 419
-

Applied Research and Evaluation

Basics of research design including p
roblem
identification, research and evaluation similarities
and differences, sampling, survey development,
methods and application, implementation, data
analysis, and review of published research.


FCSG 420
-

Program Promotion and
Advertising


Provides st
udents with skills through practical
exercises, lectures, demonstrations, and examples
to enable them to use marketing concepts and tools
to develop effective campaigns.


FS 332
-

Theories in Child Development


Assists the student in formulating his or
her own
general assumptions about the nature of child
development through study of various theoretical
viewpoints and current issues.


FS 334
-

Family Problems and Mediation

Problems arising out of the interaction of family
members. Mediation techniques,
family policy,
and theories and ethics in studying families.

FS 435
-

Family Gerontology

A review of the research literature on families in
later life, focusing on family interactions and
building family strengths.








GEOG 215
-

Concepts of GIS


Basic principles and uses of geographic
information systems (GIS). Practice with the use of
GIS in solving land management and evaluation
problems.


GWS 302

-

Fundamentals of Viticulture and
Enology

Fundamentals of viticulture and enology,
techniques and
practices, wine styles, and grape
varietals. Health issues associated with wine,
basics of wine and food pairing.


GWS 303

-

Major Wine Regions of the World

Major wine regions of the world. Identification of
major grape varietals and wine styles, label
r
egulations, and legal issues. Viniculture and
winemaking regulations, climate, soils, and other
factors affecting each region.


GWS 304

-

Wine Marketing and Branding

Regulations and legalities, marketing, branding,
public relations, consumer behavior and
business
planning in the wine industry.


GWS 406



Professional Wine Analysis

Evaluation and assessment of global wines.
Component format for organoleptic properties
including appearance, aroma, and palate.



HRM 381
-

Management of Human Resources

Selection of personnel, methods of training and
retraining workers, wage policy, utilization of
human resources, job training, administration of
labor contracts, and public relations.


IT 204
-

Word Processing Applications

Developing microcomputer word
-
p
rocessing skills
for producing business documents. Not intended
for ITAM majors.

IT 248
-

Web Fundamental

Development of Web pages and Internet skills for
business, education, and training environments.


IT 258
-

Spreadsheet Applications

Developing spre
adsheets for business and
workplace environments.

IT 260
-

Integrated Information Technology
Application Projects

Developing word processing, spreadsheets,
database, and presentation skills to create
integrated projects for business and workplace
environ
ments.


IT 288
-

Business Presentation Applications

Develop multimedia graphic presentations for
business and workplace environments.

IT 359
-

Advanced Spreadsheet Applications

Advanced spreadsheets for business applications
such as design of multiple sh
eet workbooks and
templates, advanced functions and formulas,
enhanced formats, lists, and pivot tables.

IT 374
-

Project Management


Development of skills in the core project
management areas (scope management, time
management, cost management, quality
m
anagement).


IT 422
-

Web Site Construction


Design and implementation of the information
technology infrastructure needed to operate a
business Web site.


PSY 447
-

Psychology of Adolescence

Physiological, cognitive, and social aspects of
maturation;
problems of vocational choice and of
increasing autonomy.




PSY 452
-

Adult Development and Aging

Principles of adult psychological development and
the aging process. Examination of adult behavior,
life styles, crises in adult development, and
cognitive,

personality, and intellectual changes
with aging.


RT 201
-

Introduction to Recreation and
Tourism


History, organizational structures, goals and
objectives, policies and procedures within
agencies, organizations and businesses in the
private, vol
untary, government, and tourism.


RT 222
-

Games and Adventure Activities

Games and activities appropriate for playgrounds,
camps. and community centers. Socialization,
education, trust building, outdoor adventure, and
other activities.


RT 272
-

Lodging

Operations I

Examines the room divisions and front office
functions critical to hotel operations. Includes the
guest cycle, personnel supervision, sales
techniques in the reservation process, and hotel
organization and operation.


RT 286

-

International

Travel I

Overview North and South America destinations
and their travel, tourism, hospitality, and recreation
industries. Touristic importance including
economic, political, population, geography, social
systems, and cultural characteristics.


RT 292


P
racticum


Forty on
-
the
-
job hours of practical experience per
1 credit hour earned. Four additional hours may be
applied toward the RT elective area. A minimum
o
f one credit must be taken as service
-
learning
.


RT 300
-

Challenge Course Leadership

Students
will develop leadership skills using the
challenge course. Specifically, students will learn
and use facilitation techniques to improve group
and individual interaction.


RT 309
-

Facility Planning and Sustainable
Design


This course takes a sustainable
development and
design approach to studying the key principles and
technical concepts associated with recreation and
tourism areas and facilities. These principles
include community needs assessment and potential
environmental impacts.

RT 330
-

Sustainabl
e Resources for Recreation
and Tourism

The framework of sustainability is used to examine
how values, policy, management, and practices
direct and affect the use of recreation and tourism
areas that are both natural resource
-
based and part
of the built env
ironment.


RT 337
-

Tour and Interpretive Program
Development

Methods, techniques and skills used in the
planning, development and presentation of
resource based interpretive programs and visitor
tours. This course will include theoretical
understanding o
f the interpretive process and
practice of new skills.

RT 350
-

Tourism and Recreation for Special
Groups


Distinguishing needs of special populations,
mentally ill, disabled, aged, and others. Attention
to the ADA. Observatio
ns of selected populations
.


RT 371
-

Tourism Essentials

Travel and tourism, including history, spatial
aspects, economics, planning, marketing, research,
and trends for domestic and international tourism.




9


Courses continued
...


RT 373 D
-

Convention and Meeting Mgt

Students will be presented with the mechanics of
planning and managing meetings and conventions
of a business nature.

RT 373 E
-

Resort Management

Presentation of management topics applied to the
hospitality industry.

RT 374
-

Festivals and Events

Stud
ents will learn the purposes, mechanics, and
leadership skills required for planning and
executing community festivals and special events
of a social nature.


RT 377
-

The Gaming and Casino Industry

An overview of the casino industry including:
tradition
al casinos, riverboats, historical
perspective, legal, social, cultural and economic
impacts, Indian gaming, regulation and control of
gaming, regulation and control of gaming, and
future trends in gaming industry.

RT 379
-

Cruise Line Industry

An overvi
ew of the cruise industry including:
cruise lines, ships, history of cruising, human
resource practices, marketing, design, terminology,
and future trends.


RT 480
-

Tourism Administration

Contemporary problems and issues, basic applied
research, organiz
ational development, policy
formulation, human resources, inventory, and
program/ personnel evaluation processes.


RT 381
-

Recreational Sports Management

Organization and implementation of recreational
sports programs in community recreation settings.
Emphasis on facilities, personnel, materials and
supplies, tournament bracketing and other practical
considerations.


RT 386
-

International Travel II

Overview of selected Europe and Africa
destinations and their travel, tourism, hospitality,
and recreat
ion industries. Touristic importance
including economic, political, population,
geography, social systems, and cultural
characteristics.


RT 393
-

Leisure Service Agency Visitations

Field visits, usually from two to three days in
duration. Review of facil
ities, programs, and
clientele with agency leader/supervisor/manager.


RT 398
-

Special Topics

RT 405
-

Hospitality Catering

Basics of off
-
premise catering including menu
planning, budgeting, logistics, and marketing.

RT 431
-

Resident Camp
Programming

Methods, techniques and skills used in the
organization and operation of a resident camp
program.

RT 471
-

Tourism Planning and Sustainable
Development

The planning process is studied in connection with
the development of sustainable tourism,

taking into
consideration the impacts of development on the
economic, social, fiscal, environmental, and
political fabric of communities.

RT 473
-

Air Travel and Tourism

Examines the airline industry, its components and
methods of operation. Also the in
teraction with
other segments of the industry. Procedures for
working with the airlines.







RT 474
-

Lodging Operations II

Analysis of hotel performance and forecasting,
with tools typically used in a lodging environment.


RT 479
-

Cruise Line
Workshop

Students will learn the ports, ports of call, and
cruise lines of the Pacific Northwest. A visitation
will be made to selected cruise offices and ports.


RT 484
-

Legal Liability and Risk Management

Aspects of personnel law and premises liability in
public, private, and “not
-
for
-
profit” education,
human, and social services organizations.
Procedures for managing risks. Open to recreation
and tourism and physical education majors, and
HHPR graduate stu
dents only.


RT 4
85



Events Administration

This capstone course includes a study of
contemporary issues within the field of event
planning and coordination, basic applied
evaluation, organizational development, policy
formulation, human resources, invent
ory, and
applied program and event planning.


RT 486
-

International Travel III

Overview of selected Asia, Australia, and South
Pacific destinations and their travel, tourism,
hospitality, and recreation industries. Touristic
importance including economic
, political,
population, geography, social systems, and cultural
characteristics.

RT 487
-

Outdoor Recreation Issues

This course addresses recent and breaking issues in
the outdoor recreation field. The course involves
readings and discussions in both the classroom and
field environments.


RT 488
-

Recreation Management

Contemporary issues, basic applied evaluation,
or
ganizational development, policy formulation,
human resources, inventory and program planning.

RT 490
-

Cooperative Education


An individualized, contracted field experience with
business, industry, government, or social service
agencies. A
learning
-
agreement is created by the
student to identify and plan the directed and
supervised study under the guidance of a tourism
mentor.


RT 498
-

Special Topics

SOC 320
-

Death and Dying


An analysis of social attitudes, practices, and
institutions a
ssociated with death and dying in

American society.


SOC 325


Aging


Problems and advantages of growing old in
society; post
-
parental families, retirement, the
economics of pensions, importance of interaction
in old age, residential facilities,
geriatric medicine,
and dying.

SOC 331
-

Sociology of Sport


Sports and games as social phenomena.

SOC 343
-

Child Abuse


An analysis of the causes, consequences of and
prospects for dealing with the phenomena of child
abuse and neglect in American
society.

SOC 344
-

Juvenile Delinquency


Social

factors causing delinquency in youth; major
theories, analysis of treatment

and
control
.

SOC 365
-

Minority Groups


Study of the social formation of minority groups in
American society, their historic
al development,
current conditions, and issues.




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