This degree is designed for people planning to undertake doctoral study, research related positions in their chosen profession, or administration position in park, recreation and/or tourism agencies.
The goal of this degree is to produce a skilled professional capable of research with minimal supervision.
A maximum of 12 hours may be transferred.
All course work to be credited toward the master's degree must have been enrolled in and completed within six calendar years prior to the date on which the degree is to be awarded.
Other Courses: 19 hours
TOTAL: 36 hours
The student's Committee must consist of at least 3 members and the majority of the advisory committee, including the major advisor, must be comprised of Clemson University faculty from the program offering the particular degree and who hold full-time tenure-track positions. Part-time and visiting faculty employed by Clemson may serve on this committee but may not serve as Chair. Persons not employed by Clemson University may serve if they have been appointed to an adjunct faculty status.
A thesis is required with a successful oral defense of the thesis.
Coordinator of Graduate Studies
Dept. of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
128 McGinty Court
263 Lehotsky Hall
Clemson, SC 29634-0735
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