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Subscribed academic journals include: World leisure Jnl., Tourism & hospitality research, Leisure studies, Jnl. of leisure research, Annals of Tourism Research, 4/Yr, Event Management, Journal of Convention & Event Tourism, Leisure Management, Journal of Hospitality & Leisure Marketing, Leisure/Loisir: Jnl. Of the Canadian association for leisure studies, Travel & Leisure, Tourism Geographies, Journal of Travel Research, Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration, Hospitality Law, Hospitality Design, Current Issues in Tourism.

The Educational Goal

The educational cores of DLRM are expecting students to process four basic values: Serving to people, profession to serve, learning to endless, and innovating to serve. Besides, the students of DLRM are trained in two educational principles that the first is to establish professional ability for vocation, and the second is to mould particular personal characteristic in leisure service management. Based on the educational cores of value and traditional principles, the courses for BA degree lead undergraduate student to target four goals: To raise professionalism with leisure innovation and service management, to emphasize local action as well as global vision, to combine the theoretic with practical learning, and to establish the corporation ethnic and values whereas for MBA degree: To raise managerial professionals in leisure and recreational industry, to reinforce managerial research and method, to emphasize the combination of theoretic and practical learning, and to aware the ethic and values.

Ability and knowledge

According to the prime educational aim of DaYeh University, DLRM intend to raise students in modern society to be the person who「Love your boss and to be loved, Love your colleague and to be loved, Love your company and to be loved, Love your job, and Love your community and to be loved.」Therefore, different abilities and knowledge are designed into teaching and training procedure for BA student. Professional abilities consist of professional abilities in leisure knowledge, planning and design abilities in activity programming, leadership at planning and management, and knowledge of conducting research and analysis on leisure management. Problem-solving ability of probing, decision-making, and executing, communication ability-ability of listening and expression, and ethic characteristic-research, corporation, and social ethic compose of vocational abilities. Foundation of BA program aims to combine theoretic and practical teaching, to cooperate with industry sector, to promote leisure education, to plan and execute leisure activity, and to obtain professional certificate. For MBA program the courses are designed to reinforce the basic of academic theory, to involve in to leisure practice and business, to introduce non-profile organization, to manage leisure activity programming, and to cooperate with industry sectors.

Practicum

Four dimensions of course contents, exploration of leisure behavior, leisure resource management, management of leisure activity, and leisure service management, compose of framework of teaching and learning in DLRM.

In order to achieve the educational goals and provide integrated training, three stages of practicum are designed to give students supervised practical application of a previously studied theory. All of undergraduate students of DLRM are asked equally to complete 90 hours of volunteer service in leisure activity (Practicum 1), to plan and execute leisure activity camp under small group (Practicum 2), and to pass the triathlon test with continuous 200 meters of swimming, 2000 meters of running, and 20 kilometers of cycling in one and half of hour (Practicum 3). Throughout three practicum students graduated from DLRM normally process particular personality with competing endurance, well-practical experience, and robust potential to face the coming challenges in future.

Curriculum

The program is partly designed in association with the curriculum requirements recommended by the Accreditation Standards of the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA, USA). Based on the standards, the curriculums of DLRM include seven major parts: conceptual foundations, profession, delivery system, program and event planning, administration / management, legal aspects, and field experiences.

DLRM provide seven areas of study for undergraduate students. The roadmap consist of seven areas of study: leisure activity programming, general service sector, advanced study and research, food and drink hospitality service, resource and environmental planning and management, and tourism and travel industry.

Faculty and staff

DLRM faculties provide theoretic and practical teaching and training in related to leisure and recreational service and management. Dedicated faculty with varied specialties will continue to enrich students’ learning experiences with many research and service opportunities.

Library source

Subscribed academic journals include: World leisure Jnl., Tourism & hospitality research, Leisure studies, Jnl. of leisure research, Annals of Tourism Research, 4/Yr, Event Management, Journal of Convention & Event Tourism, Leisure Management, Journal of Hospitality & Leisure Marketing, Leisure/Loisir: Jnl. Of the Canadian association for leisure studies, Travel & Leisure, Tourism Geographies, Journal of Travel Research, Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration, Hospitality Law, Hospitality Design, Current Issues in Tourism.

Students Career Plan

Over 15 % of graduates from DLRM pursuit advanced degree of study. Others invest themselves into different fields of leisure and recreational service. The career plan for graduates of DLRM target seven fields in leisure activity programming, general service sector, advanced study and research, food and drink hospitality service, resource and environmental planning and management, and tourism and travel industry. The average income of students graduated from DLRM stand higher than mean salary of college student based on data of Ministry of Labor, Executive Yuan. For MBA graduates the service industry, managerial consultant, and advanced research are three main field of future development.