REC 602 - Recreation Research and Evaluation II
This is the second course in the recreation research and evaluation sequence in the master’s program. In-depth coverage of systematic inquiry, including the nature, scope, methodology, analysis and presentation of results in research and evaluation in recreation and leisure studies, with particular focus on the recreation research literature. Students will learn and apply the research process, both through experiential learning and preparation of a research proposal.
Prerequisite: REC 601.(3 cr. hr.)
Frequency code B = offered at least once per year
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