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Outdoor and Resource Management

Outdoor Adventure and Resource Management graduates serve as naturalists, outdoor education specialists, outdoor recreation planners, park interpreters, park rangers, outdoor program developer, outdoor resource manager, outdoor instructor, group facilitator, camp program planner, and adventure leader.

The degree plan has elective hours built in that the student can choose to fill with business, management, leadership, and other courses that can expand their job opportunities for hunting/shooting preserves and resorts, game bird production companies, fishing resorts and outdoor experience companies (i.e., trail riding, nature study, bird watching, back country hiking/camping, etc.).

Degree Requirements for Exercise Science/Outdoor Adventure and Resource Management

Last Updated: Sep 17, 2013