This literature review explores the necessity for change in Park, Recreation, Tourism and Leisure Studies curriculum design, as well as potential considerations and strategies for effectively implementing such change. The necessity for such restructuring is first presented, followed by an exploration of what university undergraduates should be learning through their academic studies. A summary of the literature regarding ways to support this learning is presented, as well as recommendations for designing the signature curriculum for undergraduate majors.
Author Ruth V. Russell
Volume Vol 44, No 3 (2010)