Bs in public nonprofit and community recreation in Indiana university bloomington
This major is for students who think that leisure is a basic right for all individuals in a society, and for those who wish to make a difference in the quality of life in a community. Students acquire professional recreation management skills that can be applied in a wide variety of leisure settings, recreation facilities, recreationbased leagues and associations, nonprofit recreational settings, and public programs around the world. Through class practica, projects, internship opportunities, servicelearning, and field experiences, students can learn both tangible and intangible traits and skills that employers are looking for, including leadership, management, programming, marketing and evaluation, legal aspects of park and recreation management, and communication skills. Students who are interested in planning events for nonprofits or for community building will also find this a useful kind of education.
Diploma from an accredited high school, GPA on transcript, 200-400 words essay on academic and career plans and any special interest, IELTS/TOEFL for nonnative English Speakers
Recreation and Parks Director, Park Planner/Compliance and Environmental, Park and Facility Manager, Park and/or Public Land Superintendent/Manager