Students must apply for admission in their junior year.Two recommendations are required - one from the chair and one from a major faculty memberMinimum GPA: 2.7 overall and 3.0 in major
Leadership and community service hours must be shown.
Accelerated Four- Year Curriculum Plan in Recreation Administration
Accelerated Four-Year Curriculum Plan in Recreation Administration:
Concentration in Parks and Recreation Management ~ Graduate Track
Total Minimum Credit Hours- 120, Distribution of Hours:
* General Education Curriculum Courses- (36)
[PRM students should take the following GEC courses: MATH1110, PSY2100] +Recreation Administration Professional Courses - (50)
=Parks and Recreation Management Concentration Required Courses - (12)
#Department of Physical Education and Recreation Required Courses - (4)
~Parks and Recreation Management Cognates Courses - (18)
Students who wish to major in the Recreation Administration Program must have an overall grade point average of 2.25 and apply to be admitted into the program. Applicants must be at least a sophomore and have completed the following courses:
RECR 1000, RECR 2120, RECR 2300, and one additional 2000 level RECR course with a GPA average of 2.5 or better.
~Parks and Recreation Cognate Courses; students (with advisor permission) are to select (18) credit hours from the following three cognate areas: Management, Policy, and Social/Community.
Students are required to be senior status, have permission of their advisor, and have completed RECR 4625 prior to enrolling in the RECR 4630. Students must be in good standing and have passed all required courses prior to internship placement.