The Recreation Administration concentration prepares students for professional positions in a variety of recreation settings.
The Recreation Administration concentration meets certification sitting requirements for national written examinations of the National Recreation and Park Association.
Students must complete all required course work, both general and professional with a minimum GPA
of 2.5 before applying for their practicum experiences. Prior to graduation, all recreation and leisure
studies course work must be completed with at least a 2.5 overall GPA and no grade below a "C".
Students are required to complete appropriate sequence of courses for the concentration they elect.
Each concentration has a required professional education sequence containing a common core of 36 credit hours, a professional specialization of 27 credit hours, plus additional supportive requirements of 15 credit hours. A total of 125 credit hours are required.