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Parks and Leisure Services

PALS-AS


This program is not currently accepting new students.

 

Larry Goldsmith, Instructor-in-Charge, SE (727) 394-6021

Additional Information: Parks and Leisure Services Department


APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
20102/0435 (BEGINNING 1/10/2011) OR LATER
~ REFER TO CURRICULUM FILES FOR PREVIOUS CATALOG YEAR REQUIREMENTS ~

 


****GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (27 credits)
ENC 1101 - COMPOSITION I or (Honors) 3
ENC 1102 - COMPOSITION II or (any approved equivalent course from Section 2 of the Communication General Education Requirement )**** 3
SPC 1017 INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3
     or (SPC 1017H, SPC 1065, SPC 1608, or SPC 1608H)
Humanities/Fine Arts Approved Course**** 3
Mathematics - One college level course with MAC, MAP, MAS, MGF, MTG or STA prefix 3
PSY 1012 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY or (Honors) 3
BSC 2250C FIELD BIOLOGY OF FLORIDA WITH LAB 3
PHI 1600 STUDIES IN APPLIED ETHICS 3
     or (PHI 1602HPHI 1631, PHI 2635 or PHI 2649)
CGS 1100 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3

SUPPORT COURSES
(21 credits)
a ACG 2021 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3
BUL 2131 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS 3
DEP 2004 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY OF THE LIFE SPAN 3
HFT 1210 SUPERVISION IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY 3
HFT 1500 MARKETING IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY 3
EVS 1001 - INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY OR 3
EVR 1328 - NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT (3)
MAN 2021 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3

MAJOR COURSES
(15 credits)
LEI 1005 INTRODUCTION TO PARKS AND LEISURE SERVICES 3
LEI 1401 PARKS AND LEISURE SERVICE PROGRAM DESIGN 3
LEI 1404C APPLIED PARKS AND LEISURE PROGRAM DESIGN 3
LEI 1603 INTRODUCTION TO PARKS AND LEISURE GROUNDS AND FACILITIES 3
LEI 2949 - CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE 3

TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS

63

a ACG 2001/2011 may be substituted.
**** To provide students with an enhanced world view in light of an increasingly globalized economy, students must include at least one of the following courses as part of the general education requirements for the Associate in Science degree:
LIT 2110 World Literature I, LIT 2110H Honors World Literature I, LIT 2120 World Literature II, LIT 2120H Honors World Literature II, HUM 2270 Humanities (East-West Synthesis), HUM 2270H Honors Humanities (East-West Synthesis), REL 2300 World Religions, INR 2002 International Relations, INR 2002H Honors International Relations, WOH 2040 The Twentieth Century, WOH 2040H Honors The Twentieth Century
C&I 9/14/2010 - Pending BOT Approval 11/16/2010

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (27 credits)
* Enhanced World View Requirement
     or (an approved EVS or BOT course)
ELECTIVE - SEE DEPARTMENT 1