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Bachelor of Arts in Parks and Recreation Management

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The following eight-semester schedule of courses provides a recommended framework for completing this program of study in four years.

Freshman Year 

First Semester - 16 credits
 Course Credits 

**ENG 101 English Composition I

 3 crs.

*REC 165 Introduction to Recreation and Leisure

 3 crs.

*Professional Elective

 3 crs.

**UNI 100 First-Year Seminar

 1 cr.

 General Education Courses

 6 crs.

 

Second Semester - 15 credits
 Course Credits 

**ENG 102 English Composition II

3 crs.

*Professional Elective

3 crs.

General Education Courses

9 crs.

Sophomore Year

Third Semester - 15 credits
 Course Credits 

*Professional Electives

6 crs.

General Education, Minor OR Related Elective Courses

9 crs.

 

Fourth Semester - 15 credits
 Course Credits 

REC 361 Parks and Recreation for Diverse Populations

3 crs.

300- or 400-level General Education, Minor OR Related Elective Courses

12 crs.

Junior Year

Fifth Semester - 15 credits
Course Credits 

*REC 362 Site Design and Management

3 crs.

*REC 378 Recreation Management and Leadership

3 crs.

*REC 478 Professional Development in Recreation

3 crs.

300- or 400-level General Education Minor OR Related Elective Courses

6 crs.

 

Sixth Semester - 14 credits
Course Credits 

300- or 400-level Related Electives

9 crs.

General Education, Minor OR Elective Courses

5 crs.

 

Summer Session - 6 credits
Course Credits

*GEO 479 Internship

6 crs.

Senior Year

Seventh Semester - 15 credits
 Course Credits 

*REC 365 Recreation Resource Management

3 crs.

*REC 374 Commercial Recreation Management

3 crs.

*GEO 474 Developing the Master Plan

3 crs.

300- or 400-level General Education, Minor OR Related Elective Courses

6 crs.

Eighth Semester - 15 credits
Course Credits 

*GEO 479 Internship

12 crs.

General Education, Minor OR Related Elective Course

 3 crs.


* Required major and related courses
** Required and recommended General Education courses