B.S. in Recreation and Sport Management

The candidate for the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in recreation and sport management must select a concentration of study and an area of interest with help from a recreation faculty academic advisor. Each concentration is developed individually to meet specific career goals. Concentrations are 18-21 credit hours, generally in academic areas other than recreation. Examples of concentrations of study include, but are not limited to:

  • sport management
  • public recreation
  • children and family
  • fitness club management
  • commercial recreation
  • correctional recreation
  • outdoor leadership
  • youth at risk
  • outdoor recreation

For course requirements, please click here: B.S. Recreation and Sport Management