Bachelor of Science in Tourism, Event and Recreation Management

The Bachelor of Science in Tourism, Event and Recreation Management program prepares students to develop, manage and deliver leisure services to a variety of populations in diverse settings and to become decision makers in private and public organizations while providing a foundation for students to pursue graduate studies. This program offers 2 different curriculums, or specializations for students to choose from based on their academic interests, career goals and academic capabilities.

Tourism, Event and Recreation Management students can select one of the following specializations:

To earn a Bachelor of Science in Tourism, Event and Recreation Management you must successfully complete 120 hours of prescribed course work. Professional core courses and specialization courses are taken during your last two years of work. A posting of the full list of courses and brief description are listed in the undergraduate catalog for the University of Florida. An overview of the required courses for the professional core is listed below.

Professional Core Courses:

Academic Learning Compact for Tourism, Event and Recreation Management