Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Sport Management is designed to prepare students for a variety of careers in the recreation and sport industries. RESM students must select one of two tracks that best aligns with career interests (electives allow for additional flexibility within the tracks). For acceptance into the undergraduate program in Recreation and Sport Management, applicants must meet the general admission requirements of the University of Arkansas.

Programs of Study

Recreation Administration

Students who select the Recreation Administration track tend to have goals related to careers in public, private and commercial recreation in a variety of settings — for example community, university, state and national parks, and non-profit organizations). Below are just a few of the many organizations where Recreation Administration students gain practicum and/or internship experience while completing their degree.

Sport Administration

Students who select the Sport Administration track tend to have goals related to careers in professional sport, collegiate sport, amateur sport, event management and sport agencies. Below are just a few of the many organizations where Sport Administration students gain practicum and/or internship experience while completing their degree.