As a graduate of our program, you’ll be prepared for a rewarding career working for any number of public led management agencies, including, for example, the Bureau of Land Management, the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service , or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. We offer a Bachelor of Science in Resource Recreation and Tourism, a Master of Science program, as a well as a Ph.D. program.
Our program teaches the dynamics of human and social behavior all set in a context of conservation and environmental analysis. You’ll study a broad range of perspectives, such as: psychology, sociology, political science and economics.
Preparing You for What’s Next
Private businesses involved in environmental education and ecotourism, nonprofit organizations as well as federal, state and local conservation agencies are all employers of resource recreation and tourism graduates. In addition, many of our students continue with graduate studies, following teaching or research pursuits. The degree also serves as excellent liberal science, professional training for law or business school. Here you can find more information about potential employers: