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Parks and Recreation Management Undergraduate Degree Program

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Program Description

The Park, Recreation, and Leisure Studies Administration Program is designed to prepare students for direct and supervisory leadership positions in recreation and leisure service organizations and graduate study in recreation administration/management work experiences, including practicum and internships, work with public, semi-public and private organizations at the local, state, district, national, or international levels. Settings can include community/governmental, voluntary/nonprofit, commercial, private membership, armed forces, employee, campus and therapeutic recreation. The parks, recreation, and leisure studies administration program includes study in administration and management, finance, human resources, marketing, risk management, and computers. The course of study provides students with the prerequisite knowledge necessary to pass the National Recreation and Parks Association Certified Parks and Recreational Professional Examination, and the National Council on Therapeutic Recreation Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist Examination.

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Contact Information

Robert E. Stiefvater

Professor/RAP Program Coordinator

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