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Student Learning Outcomes

Lindenwood University Recreation Administration graduates will be able to… 

SLO #1 
Demonstrate entry-level knowledge of the foundational concepts of the leisure profession and industry.

Components: 

1.1   Nature and scope of the leisure profession and their associated industries,
1.2   Techniques and processes used by professionals in leisure industries,
1.3   Foundation of the profession’s history, science, and philosophy.

Contributing courses:

  • REC 10200
  • REC 20600
  • REC 24300

Evidence of Learning:

  • REC 10200 and 20600 Pre-post Exams (30 questions)
  • REC 24300 – Conference Attendance and Conference Survey
  • Recreation Professional Exam (23 questions)
  • Senior Exit Survey

SLO #2 
Demonstrate a variety of skills appropriate for leisure experience delivery.

Components: 

1.1   Assess, design, implement, and evaluate leisure services,
1.2   Facilitate targeted human experiences,
1.3   Embrace personal and cultural dimensions of diversity.

Contributing courses:

  • REC 20300
  • REC 31000
  • REC 36200

Evidence of Learning:

  • REC 31000 and 36200 Pre-post Exams (30 questions)
  • Recreation Professional Exam (25 questions)
  • Senior Exit Survey

SLO #3 
Demonstrate entry-level knowledge about operations and strategic management/administration in leisure services.

Components: 

1.1   Strategic planning and organizing,
1.2   Financial management and resource acquisition,
1.3   Marketing,
1.4   Liability and risk management,
1.5   Supervision and leadership,
1.6   Human resources.

Contributing courses:

  • REC 30500
  • REC 38100
  • REC 41000

Evidence of Learning:

  • REC 38100 and 41000 Pre-post Exams (30 questions)
  • Recreation Professional Exam (34 questions)
  • Senior Exit Survey

 

SLO #4 
Demonstrate entry-level comprehensive knowledge and skill in a leisure professional setting. 

Components: 

1.1   Internship with leisure providing agency with a minimum of 400 clock hours over a minimum of 10 weeks.

Contributing course:

  • REC 48200

Evidence of Learning:

  • Supervisor Evaluation
  • Internship Completion

 

SLO #5 
Demonstrate competence in written and verbal communication.

Components: 

1.1   Grammatically correct and content writing,
1.2   Using primary and secondary sources,
1.3   Oral presentations.

Evidence of Learning:

Senior Exit Survey

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