PRT Graduate Program Description
PRT Graduate Student Association involved in the Parking Day project
Since virtually everyone participates in some form of leisure, the primary benefit of Parks, Recreation and Tourism (PRT) is to address quality of life issues. The unique interaction of people, places, and activities establish our profession as one of the world's largest industries.
Students learn how to manage leisure service delivery systems by combining theory with practice. This degree is designed to prepare students for advanced positions in the parks, recreation, tourism and sport profession or admission into doctoral programs.
KangJae (Jerry) Lee, Ph.D., Assistant Teaching Professor
Christine Li, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Mark Morgan, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Sonja Wilhelm Stanis, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Graduate Emphasis Area Coordinator
Jennifer Upah, M.S., Assistant Teaching Professor
David R. Vaught, Ph.D., Associate Teaching Professor