The Bachelor’s in Natural Resources and Recreation Management degree program focuses on the management of the natural resource and recreation areas such as parks, forests, coastal areas, and other protected areas located on public and private lands. Students will study the fields of natural resource management, recreation and leisure studies, environmental science, environmental studies, biology, sociology, psychology, and business.
Most of the courses offered in this degree will rely on out-of-classroom experiences in order to promote a better understanding of using local natural areas, parks, and state and federal land to support learning.
Graduates of this program have found employment with a multitude of agencies. These include state and county parks, US Army Corps of Engineers, USDA Forest Service, zoos, and nature centers.
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