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Application of marketing concepts to the delivery of leisure services. Introduces consumer decision theory analysis. Provides an integrative study of the methods and models for developing and evaluating alternative marketing strategies. Examination of contemporary patterns and meanings of leisure in a consumer society. Understanding of the impact of consumption on expressions of identity, gender, social class, race and ethnicity. Basic understanding of park operations, facility design, construction, and maintenance practices; staff allocations, job analysis, contract administration, organizational structures.
Studies the relationships that exist between tourists, hosts, their respective culture s , and the cultural environments in which they interact. Studies tourism and its impacts across cultural boundaries, as well as concepts of cultural authenticity, modernity, image creation, social justice, diversity, and representation of social, racial and ethnic groups.
Junior or Senior standing. A study of legal principles and their impact on the sport industry; the course examines the application of different areas of law including tort, contract, constitutional, anti-trust, and intellectual property law to professional, amateur and recreational sport. Problem-based service learning within recreation, sport and tourism RST is utilized to learn integrated marketing and communications IMC concepts and develop an IMC plan to solve organizational issues as they relate to RST.
IMC concepts within the context of RST addressed in this course include audience analysis, assessing public opinion, message strategy e.
Educates students in principles of research design, data collection, measurement, methods of statistical analysis, techniques in summarizing data, and the interpretation and application of research findings to the field of Leisure Studies. Special projects in research and independent investigation in any phase of health, physical education, recreation, or related areas selected by the student.
May be repeated to a maximum of 6 hours. Junior or senior standing; grade-point average of 3. Development of overall leisure management function. Analysis of administration and policies such as organizational structure, executive leadership, decision-making, financing, and public relations. Completion of campus Composition I general education requirement and upper level standing. Provides a capstone experience to encourage critical and creative thinking regarding knowledge students accrued from prior courses.
The first eight weeks students will meet as a whole and focus on leisure concepts in general, and the second eight weeks students will focus on their specific concentration, Sport Management, Tourism, or Community Recreation. This course will provide an overview of sport development and sport for development, and the linkages and intersections between the two concepts.
Sport development is concerned with the creation and management of systems designed to optimize participation in sport, and the movement of athletes both vertically and horizontally through the sport system.
Sport for development focuses on the use of sport to potentially achieve social change and development outcomes at the individual, community, and societal levels. Invariably, these concepts are linked, and one cannot exist without the other. Each module will take an integrative approach and examine sport development and sport for development concurrently, with focus on practical applications of all concepts.
Concepts, principles, and objectives of supervision; the nature of the supervisory relationship; supervisory functions and processes; identification and application of methods and techniques; organizational and operational patterns of supervision in recreation and park settings.
This project-based course will provide students with a practical opportunity to serve a community in Illinois. This course focuses on the planning process related to outdoor recreational use of lands in the public domain and seeks to develop a deeper understanding of how to inventory, analyze, and create a strategic vision for recreational services in communities.
Leisure Service Marketing and incorporate literature reflective of current research and past trends in leisure, psychology, sociology, urban planning, and landscape architecture. This course may be taken as a 4-credit graduate level course. Graduate students enrolled in this class will be expected to take on additional responsibilities and leadership roles including the development and analysis of an electronic survey that will be used to better understand the needs of the community. Junior standing; or consent of instructor.
Examines tourism planning and development processes from both applied and conceptual perspectives. Emphasis is placed on tourism planning and development strategies that evaluate destination potential and consider travel destination choice behavior.
Not intended for students with Freshman or Sophomore class standing. Prepares and places students in the Leisure Studies Practicum. Students must document completion of hours of field work. Topics include placement requirements and policies, resumes, interviewing, letters of application, and the role and issues of professional practice. Students are assigned to University-approved field training stations in an internship capacity for a minimum of forty hours per week for sixteen weeks.
Both the agency and the University provide supervision. Basic philosophical, historical, and scientific foundations and developments in leisure and recreation; analyses of the significance of leisure in modern societies; critical review of major writings in the field with attention to particular special problem areas and current issues.
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Anonymous - 3 months ago. Check In-Store Stock Size:. Students also have the freedom to specialize in any two or all three. Electives give students the capacity to tailor their education by exploring topics of interest, and by broadening and deepening their skills and understandings. Students can blend non-required courses offered in Recreation, Sport and Tourism with courses offered anywhere in the university.
In consultation with their advisor, students can develop a curriculum that precisely matches their needs and interests.
The Internship is a capstone experience through which students spend a semester applying all that they have learned. They work with a recreation, sport or tourism organization of their choosing in order to gain added familiarity with the industry, and to hone their skills.
For information on applying: Event Management 3 RST Foundations of Recreation 3 RST