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The HRRM program is designed to prepare students of the rapidly growing resort, recreation, and tourism management industry. The program's proximity to the beautiful Emerald Coast tourist communities, such as Destin, South Walton County and Fort Walton Beach, provides a living laboratory where students can apply first-hand the knowledge and theories they learn in the classroom.
The Hospitality, Recreation and Resort Management degree is a total of 60 hours. There are 51 hours of required courses (42 in-major and 9 from other departments), and students may select 3 courses or 9 hours of HRRM electives to complete their programs. Currently, students may complete all of their course requirements at either the Emerald Coast Campus in FWB. Complete curriculum details are available at http://www.uwf.edu/hrrm/.
Service Learning Programs
Dr. Andrew Holdnak, Ph.D.
Mr. W. Keith Massengill CHE
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Employment OpportunitiesResorts and Hotels Resort condominiums Convention and Visitor Bureaus
Spas Convention Centers Catering /Special event facilities Amusement Parks Military operations - MWR Parks and Recreation centers
Restaurants Private clubs Cruise ships
Entrepreneurial recreation Casinos Meeting and Special Event Planners
Please visit http://uwf.edu/hles/hospitality.cfm for other information.