Making Connections -- Preparing to Serve
People who work in the recreation services profession connect people to each other and to the natural environment, and manage meaningful recreation experiences for people in their leisure time.
To provide quality services to others, what skills do you need? You need to possess a variety of skills: critical thinking, problem-solving, interpersonal, leadership, organizational, and customer service are a few examples. Developing these skills and a conceptual knowledge base begins when you decide to major in our program.
The degree program in Recreation Services Management can prepare you for a career in a variety of recreational settings.
Why choose the program of Recreation Services Management?
- Nationally accredited program
- Qualified experienced faculty
- Career specializations
- Exciting internship placements
- Develop your leadership skills
- Small class size
Careers in Recreation Services Management include:
- Event Planner/Wedding Planner
- Park Manager
- Community Recreation Center Director
- Senior Adult Recreation Specialist
- Recreation Therapist for People with Disabilities
- Outdoor Adventure Facility Director
- Resort Recreation Activities Director
- Park Ranger
- Recreation Services Marketing Director
Many students transfer from community colleges and other universities.
Transfers must have a minimum 2.25 GPA if transferring 62 credits or more. We welcome your inquiries.
More information about credit and course transfers is available from the Office of Admissions, 877-230-5547.