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Part time Bachelors of Science in Parks and Recreation Management 2021 in North America

Students who revel in the outdoors may enjoy studying parks and recreation management. This course of education teaches students how to manage local community centers or national forests by looking at equipment maintenance, safety regulations and program coordination.

Bachelor of Science Degree Part time in Parks and Recreation Management in North America

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Barclay College
Haviland, USA

The Sports and Recreation Ministry degree prepares the student to be an effective leader in the fields of sports ministry, recreation, and camping. Students are required to st ... +

The Sports and Recreation Ministry degree prepares the student to be an effective leader in the fields of sports ministry, recreation, and camping. Students are required to study in a variety of areas: the biological and social sciences, sports and recreation, health content, experiential education, developmental theory, and Christian ministry practices. The curriculum includes both content and process-oriented courses and emphasizes service-learning and field experience. All facets are integrated with Christian principles. -
BSc
Full-time
English
Campus
 
Lees-McRae College
Banner Elk, USA

The outdoors will become your classroom with the Outdoor Recreation Management program. Make a career in outdoor, environmental and experiential education yours with specific ... +

The outdoors will become your classroom with the Outdoor Recreation Management program. Make a career in outdoor, environmental and experiential education yours with specific training in leadership and program management with an emphasis on environmental stewardship. -
BSc
Full-time
Part-time
English
Campus
 
Voorhees College
Denmark, USA

The goals of the Biology Major are: To equip the graduate with the appropriate knowledge, skills, and background to pursue graduate studies in Biology or in professional schoo ... +

The goals of the Biology Major are: To equip the graduate with the appropriate knowledge, skills, and background to pursue graduate studies in Biology or in professional schools for medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, allied health, or other related areas; To improve the acquisition of critical thinking skills necessary for the understanding and practice of science; A major in Biology consists of: At least 45 semester hours of course work in Biology (four of which are elective hours) 20 semester hours of course work in Chemistry 8 semester hours of Physics 6 semester hours of Computer Science 9 hours of Mathematics. A graduate is also required to complete the College’s General Education requirements and three (3) elective semester hours outside of the department. -
BSc
English
Sep 2021
Online
 

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