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Recreational Leadership


Bachelor of Science

HPER majors with a concentration in Recreational Leadership are provided the ability to contribute to the health and well being of individuals and to enhance the quality of community life.

The study of recreation leadership is multidisciplinary, requiring understanding of the social, behavioral, physical, and environmental sciences as they pertain to helping people grow and develop in their leisure while conserving our vital natural resources.

Knowledge of the arts and humanities is important as well, because leisure is one of the most fertile opportunities for self expression and the development of community.

Courses for a Bachelor of Science in HPER with a concentration in Recreational Leadership include the general requirements, major core courses, and specialized training in Recreational Leadership..
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Career Opportunities

Graduates of the Recreational Leadership Program are employed in positions of responsibility throughout the region, nation and world.

Work is available across a variety of settings, including public recreation departments, outdoor recreation programs, hospitals and tourism agencies.

Some graduates have found their degrees useful for work in fields such as social work, the ministry, law enforcement, wildlife biology and range land management.

Becky Roberson
Secretary
Forest Wyatt Gym 101
662-846-4555

Todd M. Davis, MS, CPRP
Recreation Leadership
Program Coordinator & Instructor
662.846.4570
Timothy E. Colbert MS, ATC, LAT
Division Chair
662-846-4561 (phone)
662-846-4571 (fax)

 

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