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Faculty of Applied Health Sciences

Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies

Honours Tourism Development
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In order to continue in Tourism Development, students must maintain a minimum major Recreation and Leisure Studies average of 70% and a minimum cumulative overall average of 65%.

Degree Requirements

  1. Recreation courses (minimum of 10.0 units):
  2. Courses outside the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies (maximum of 10.0 units):


  3. Free elective courses: 3.5 units

Total number of units to complete degree is 20.0.

Course Sequence


Year One (Regular and Co-operative System of Study)


1A (Fall)
REC 100
REC 101
REC 120
AHS 107
PSYCH 101
1B (Winter)
REC 105
REC 280
SOC 101
One Tourism Development Elective
One Elective


Regular System of Study


Year Two


2A (Fall)
REC 201
REC 230
REC 270
One Tourism Development Elective
One Elective
2B (Winter)
Two Tourism Development Electives
Three Electives


Year Three


3A (Fall)
REC 356
REC 371
REC 380
One Tourism Development Elective
One Elective
3B (Winter)
REC 311
REC 373
Two Tourism Development Electives
One Elective

Year Four


4A (Fall)

REC 405
Two Tourism Development Electives
Two Electives

4B (Winter)
REC 420
REC 480
One Tourism Development Elective
Two Electives


Co-operative System of Study


Year Two


2A (Fall)

REC 201
REC 230
REC 270
One Tourism Development Elective
One Elective

Work Term 1 (Winter)
2B (Spring)
Two Tourism Development Electives
Three Electives


Year Three


Work Term 2 (Fall)
3A (Winter)

REC 311
REC 373
Two Tourism Development Electives
One Elective

Work Term 3 (Spring)
3B (Fall)
REC 356
REC 371
REC 380
One Tourism Development Elective
One Elective


Year Four


Work Term 4 (Winter)
4A (Spring)
REC 405
One Tourism Development Elective
Three Electives
Work Term 5 (Fall)
4B (Winter)
REC 420
REC 480
Two Tourism Development Electives
One Elective


Notes

  1. The elective courses are used to fill the recreation elective courses and free elective courses.
  2. Students are permitted to pursue a double major in any of Honours Recreation and Sport Business, Honours Therapeutic Recreation, and Honours Tourism Development, by meeting the requirements of each plan.

 


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