This department offers a Bachelor of Science in Recreation Administration as well as an option in therapeutic recreation and a minor in recreation administration.

COAPRT Standard 7.01. - Students graduating from the program shall demonstrate the following entry-level knowledge: a) the nature and scope of the relevant park, recreation, tourism or related professions and their associated industries; b) techniques and processes used by professionals and workers in these industries; and c) the foundation of the profession in history, science and philosophy.
  • Outcome:
    Students shall demonstrate the knowledge of the philosophical foundation of leisure service organizations. Goal: 100% of majors will meet performance standards (earn a 70% or higher on exam)
  • Measure Type:
    Direct
  • Assessment Method:
    selected exam items focused on the philosophy of sectors in leisure services
  • Result:
    SP17: 72% scored 70% or higher on the designated assignment-content SP18: 50% scored 70% or higher on the designated assignment-content
COAPRT Standard 7.02. - Students graduating from the program shall be able to demonstrate the ability to design, implement, and evaluate services that facilitate targeted human experiences and that embrace personal and cultural dimensions of diversity.
  • Outcome:
    Students will identify the recreation interests of program participants. Goal: 100% of majors will meet performance standards (earn a 70% or higher on assignment)
  • Measure Type:
    Direct
  • Assessment Method:
    Program plan scoring rubric utilized.
  • Result:
    Spring 2017 86% of students scored 70% or higher on the designated assignment-content Spring 2018 87.5% of students scored 70% or higher on the designated assignment-content
COAPRT Standard 7.03. - Students graduating from the program shall be able to demonstrate entry-level knowledge about operations and strategic management/administration in parks, recreation, tourism and/or related professions..
  • Outcome:
    Students will: define planning, define strategic planning, identify the benefits of planning in parks and recreation, and recognize the steps in the planning process
  • Measure Type:
    Direct
  • Assessment Method:
    selected exam items focused on the role of planning in park and recreation agencies. Goal: 100% of majors will meet performance standards (earn a 70% or higher on exam)
  • Result:
    Fall 2017: 82% of students scored 70% or higher on the designated assignment-content Fall 2018: 61% of students scored 70% or higher on the designated assignment-content

This department offers a Bachelor of Science in Recreation Administration as well as an option in therapeutic recreation and a minor in recreation administration.

COAPRT Standard 7.01. - Students graduating from the program shall demonstrate the following entry-level knowledge: a) the nature and scope of the relevant park, recreation, tourism or related professions and their associated industries; b) techniques and processes used by professionals and workers in these industries; and c) the foundation of the profession in history, science and philosophy.
  • Outcome:
    Students will identify and compare TR/RT Service Models, common practice settings and the APIE/D process
  • Measure Type:
    Direct
  • Assessment Method:
    assignment rubric utilized
  • Result:
    Fall 2017: course taught in Fall of even years Fall 2018: 100% scored 70% or higher on the designated assignment-content
COAPRT Standard 7.02. - Students graduating from the program shall be able to demonstrate the ability to design, implement, and evaluate services that facilitate targeted human experiences and that embrace personal and cultural dimensions of diversity.
  • Outcome:
    Students will analyze evidence-based TR/RT assessment instruments
  • Measure Type:
    Direct
  • Assessment Method:
    assignment rubric utilized
  • Result:
    Spring 2017: 90% scored 70% or higher on the designated assignment-content Spring 2018: course taught in Spring of even years
COAPRT Standard 7.03. - Students graduating from the program shall be able to demonstrate entry-level knowledge about operations and strategic management/administration in parks, recreation, tourism and/or related professions..
  • Outcome:
    Students will analyze a range of therapuetic modalities (e.g., horticulture, pet therapy, aquatics, etc.)
  • Measure Type:
    Direct
  • Assessment Method:
    assignment rubric utilized
  • Result:
    Spring 2017: course taught in Spring of even years Spring 2018: 90% scored 70% or higher on the designated assignment-content

This department offers a Bachelor of Science in Recreation Administration as well as an option in therapeutic recreation and a minor in recreation administration.

This department offers a Bachelor of Science in Recreation Administration as well as an option in therapeutic recreation and a minor in recreation administration.

This department offers a Bachelor of Science in Recreation Administration as well as an option in therapeutic recreation and a minor in recreation administration.

This department offers a Bachelor of Science in Recreation Administration as well as an option in therapeutic recreation and a minor in recreation administration.

Demonstration of Compliance:

COAPRT Standard 2.05.05   Demonstration
The program annually posts 7.0 series aggregated data and additional evidence reflecting program academic quality and student achievement on their program and/or departmental website. Such information shall be consistent with The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) requirements.

COAPRT Standard 3.06   Demonstration
The program has a practice of informing the public about the harm of degree mills and accreditation mills.

COAPRT Standard 3.07   Demonstration
The program has a practice of informing the public about their COAPRT accredited programs.