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Minors

Minor in Leadership

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Minor: Sport Management

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Community Sport and Tourism

The Minor in Community Sport and Tourism is a 12-credit program. The program of study introduces the concepts, principles and practices of commercial recreation and tourism. The program provides a foundational overview of sports as a critical component of the US travel and tourism industry - particularly at the collegiate, amateur, youth and recreational levels. The minor engages students in the study of the management, programming and supervision of intramural and sport tournament/leagues in the leisure services delivery system.

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Learning Design & Technology Minor

The Learning Design and Technology minor is for students pursuing all kinds of careers including education, health and wellness, government, business, and the industry as in all fields there is information that must be shared and people who need to be taught or trained.

 

With this minor, you can get the technology skills, hard and soft, to be successful.  Being adept with word processing applications, spreadsheets, and presentation software—used to set you apart on a resume—has become a minimum expectation for most employers. Having “proficiency in Microsoft Office” on a resume isn’t enough: a basic level of knowledge here is assumed and it’s what you can do above and beyond that will set you apart from others. Students with this minor will possess valuable advanced skills in applying technology concepts and tools to better communicate and share information.

 

This minor is only four courses and will teach you skills & strategies for the integration of educational technology and training methods to successfully incorporate learning design into the jobs or career of your future.

 

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