Recreation Management Associate in Arts
An Associate in Arts degree in Recreational Management involves classes and field experiences which assist the student to prepare for work in the recreation and leisure industry. Recreational managers are responsible for planning and assisting in a variety of programs and overseeing the daily operations of recreational facilities for public agencies (federal, state, county or municipal), private non-profit agencies and business. The diverse curriculum exposes students the wide range of possibilities for work and career within recreation and leisure industry. Course work includes course on recreation and contemporary society, outdoor recreation, therapeutic recreation for special populations, and planning programs and events.
Student Learning Outcome
Analyze the motives, values, and benefits to the individual as well as society, that are associated with recreation and leisure experiences.
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