The Recreation, Tourism and Events (RTE) program averages 60 students completing work towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Recreation, Tourism and Events, many specializing in events. The final requirement is successful completion of an internship with an approved provider. Considered to be a full-time academic load (15 credits) for one semester, the internship requires the student to work a minimum 40 hours per week in the agency for a minimum of 12 consecutive weeks during the semester (minimum 480 hours). Students are seeking a variety of internship experiences in unique settings throughout Florida and beyond. Minor in Recreation, Tourism, and Events
The minor in Recreation, Tourism, and Events averages 75 students from various complimentary fields of study who are exploring the field of recreation, tourism and events. The minor consists of 12 hours of coursework allowing the student to tailor their learning in the recreation, tourism and events industry.
Opportunity Postings – the RTE has an internal website for posting and notification to students of internship, part- and full-time employment, and volunteer opportunities. To submit information, please contact Mrs. Donna Trafford