IMPORTANT NOTICE: Students will no longer be accepted into the Recreation Resource Management major after Spring 2013. Students interested in this major should consider the Forest and Natural Resource Management major, which includes the Park and Protected Area Management specialization. This specialization is similar to the old Recreation Resource Management major.
Description of the Recreation Resource Management major (now discontinued):
This major has prepared students to plan and manage natural and non-urban recreational land and water, as well as manage the people and organizations that depend on these important resources. The curriculum emphasizes natural and managed non-urban areas; natural resources-oriented recreation programs in public and private sectors; social science aspects of natural resources use; and skills in communication, planning, and management.
For more information, visit the Department of Forest Resources website.
University Catalog (current requirements for this major)
The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) Certificate in Sustainable Tourism
Recreation Resource Management Club for students
10A Green Hall
301F Green Hall
CFANS Office of Admissions