|REC 165 Introduction to Recreation and Leisure*
|Group 1 Courses: 300-Level REC||6 to 12|
|REC 361 Recreation for Diverse Populations||3|
|REC 362 Recreation Facility Design and Management||3|
|REC 365 Recreation Resource Management||3|
|REC 374 Recreation Management and Leadership||3|
|REC 378 Commercial Recreation||3|
|Group 2 Courses: 400-Level REC/GEO||3 to 9|
|REC 412 Recreation Program Design and Evaluation||3|
|REC 478 Professional Development in Parks and Recreation||3|
|GEO 474 Developing the Master Plan||3|
|Group 3 Courses: Other Parks and Recreation Management Courses||0 to 6|
|REC 225 Recreation and Youth Development||3|
|REC 235 Special Event Management in Recreation Settings||3|
|REC 240 Human Ecology||3|
|REC 246 Scenic Areas of U.S.||3|
|REC 270 Interpretative Methods in Recreation||3|
|REC 280 Adventure/Outdoor Recreation Outfitting||3|
|GEO 479A Internship in Parks & Recreation||3 only|
|Any Other Future REC Courses||3|
* REC 165 is a pre-requisite/co-requisite for ALL 300- and 400-level REC courses.
** Use the following guidance when selecting electives:
- Choose two courses from Group 1 (6 credits).
- Choose one course from Group 2 (3 credits).
- Choose two additional courses from groups 1, 2 or 3 (6 credits).