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Recreation Experience Management – Recreation and Tourism Management, BS (2023-2024)

Recreation and Tourism Management, BS

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The following curriculum map is plan for a new student with zero credits. If you have any transfer work, AP credits, Running Start credits, or any other type of college level coursework, your plan will be different. Please always connect with your advisor to double check you are on the correct path! Also, if you are required to take pre-university level courses, your plan will be different too.

Year 1

Fall QuarterCreditsWinter QuarterCreditsSpring QuarterCredits
ENGL 1015ENGL 2015Natural Science #25
MATH 1075Social Science #25Humanity & Arts #15
Social Science #15Natural Science #15Global Studies5
Credit Total:15Credit Total:15Credit Total:15
Connect with advisor!
45 credits your first year.

Year 2

Fall QuarterCreditsWinter QuarterCreditsSpring QuarterCredits
Humanity & Arts #25Diversity5RCLS 2203
RCLS 2014Elective/ Minor Course5Elective/ Minor Course5
Elective/ Minor Course5Elective/ Minor Course5Elective/ Minor Course5
Credit Total:14Credit Total:15Credit Total:13
Course offerings for
RCLS 201 & 220 may
change. Please see advisor.
45 credits your second year.

Year 3

Fall QuarterCreditsWinter QuarterCreditsSpring QuarterCredits
RCLS 2404RCLS 3604RCLS 4254
RCLS 3854PHED 1932RCLS 2702
Elective/ Minor Course5RCLS 4553RCLS 3492
Elective/ Minor Course2Elective/ Minor Course3MKTG 3104
Credit Total:15Credit Total:12Credit Total:12
in AFO or CPO.
See advisor for
more info.
40 credits your third year.

Year 4

Fall QuarterCreditsWinter QuarterCreditsSpring QuarterCreditsSummer QuarterCredits
RCLS 435 2RCLS 490 4RCLS 4624RCLS 49512
RCLS 4704RCLS 4004RCLS 3134
Elective/ Minor Course5RCLS 4804Elective/ Minor Course5
Elective/ Minor Course3Elective/ Minor Course3
Credit Total:14Credit Total:15Credit Total:13Credit Total:12
RCLS 351 & 465
are optional
additional courses
Please see advisor.
10 weeks of
50 credits your fourth year (summer quarter included).

If you follow this plan and pass your courses, you will complete your credit requirements for graduation: 180 total credits needed.