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Recreation Resource Management Undergraduate Major (BS, HBS)

Recreation Resource Management Undergraduate Major (BS, HBS)

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  • Study Level Bachelors
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The BS in Recreation Resource Management prepares students to meet the challenges of providing quality outdoor recreation opportunities while maintaining the ecological integrity of natural resources. The curriculum produces students who understand recreation behavior, recreation planning and management, environmental interpretation, wilderness management, resource economics, communication, and resource analysis and policy. The curriculum provides a solid mix of physical and social sciences, resource management (including wildlife, range, and forestry), and quantitative methods. Completion of an approved option or minor is required for the Recreation Resource Management degree. Declaration of the option or minor should be done by the end of the sophomore year. Courses for an option or minor are in addition to the core curriculum. Some courses may require prerequisites not included in the core curriculum. Choice of option or minor must be approved by an academic advisor. Currently approved minors include Business and Entrepreneurship, Fisheries and Wildlife, Forestry Management, Horticulture, Leadership, Natural Resources, Philosophy, Rangeland Ecology and Management, Soil Science, and Resource Economics. Use of a different minor requires approval by the department head. Courses required for an option may not count toward a minor. Students may not take an option and a minor from the same field of study. The following five options are only available to students majoring in Recreation Resource Management: Cultural Resource Management Environmental Resource Interpretation Law Enforcement Public Policy Resource Planning Career Paths The Recreation Resource Management degree program prepares graduate for numerous career opportunities, including: Park Ranger Fish and Game Warden Wild land Law Enforcement Officer Recreation Guide Interpreter or Environmental Educator Nature-based Tourism Specialist Naturalist

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