The recreation management concentration prepares students for leadership or administrative roles in public, non-profit, commercial, and recreational sport organizations. The electives in this program allow for student flexibility in preparing for employment in any of the different areas in the fields of recreation and sport. Students will complete a supervised practicum and internship experience.
The recreation management concentration is a curriculum; the student does not need a minor. The concentration consists of university general education courses, required cognate, required HPHE Courses and elective credits.
For class listings, program guides and other resources, visit the advising page for the recreation management major.
The recreation management concentration requires both a practicum and internship. The practicum is usually completed after junior year, and the internship is completed during or after the senior year.
For additional information regarding the Recreation/Sport Management Program and its two concentrations, please contact Dr. Jim Lewis.