Undergraduate Programs of Study
The RMP undergraduate curriculum prepares students for a range of positions. Examples of professional opportunities include: recreation programmers, planners, and leaders; managers of events & facilities; directors of recreational sports programs; park and outdoor recreation resource managers; and therapeutic recreation specialists in both clinical and community settings. The undergraduate curriculum is committed to offering an academically challenging program of undergraduate professional education coupled with a solid foundation of a liberal arts education. Students in the RMP major complete numerous service-learning assignments as well a more in-depth field practicum experience, and a 14-16 week full-time supervised internship experience before completing their degree.
Students entering the major may choose one of two options either:
(1) The Program Administration option, which includes the professional core and required courses related to program administration, or
(2) A specialized option in Therapeutic Recreation, which includes the professional core and required courses in recreation therapy.
Recreation Management and Policy
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