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Parks, Recreation, and Tourism
Annex C, RM 1085
Minimum Doctorate Hours: 70
- The requirements and submission processes are the same as the Parks, Recreation, and Tourism, M.S.
- Potential PhD students must have earned a masters degree. Students with degrees not in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism are encouraged to apply.
- We currently only consider doctoral applications once a year, in the spring (February 15) for fall enrollment.
- Graduate assistantships are available: Doctoral Level Graduate Assistantships (Fall 2014)
International applicants are encouraged to allow additional time for the application process. In addition, the international student applicant pool is highly competitive, and most successful applicants have arranged for faculty sponsorship prior to completing their applications with the Department.
Doctorate Requirements for Parks, Recreation, and Tourism
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