Recreation Management

The Recreation Management program balances the theoretical and practical learning experiences to prepare you for a successful and rewarding career in recreation, parks, tourism, fitness, strength and conditioning, therapeutic recreation and related fields. 

“Engaging People, Creating Communities”


Cultural Heritage Management Track

*This major is no longer accepting new applications

The Cultural Heritage Management degree program addresses the skill sets needed by people working in the heritage tourism industry by combining a curriculum that prepares students with entrepreneurial and business skills, computer-aided design capability, and the material and cultural history expertise to operate effectively with public agencies, private entrepreneurs, local beverage industry, adventure and outdoor operations, and other state and federal agencies. (Minor Entrepreneurship and Innovation).


Student Learning Outcomes

Adventure Leadership and Outdoor Recreation Track

*This major is no longer accepting new applications

The Outdoor Management Track is designed to prepare you for a career in camp administration, state and federal parks, environmental interpretation, outdoor education, adventure programming, scouting, or wildlife conservation. You will acquire a mix of natural science, programming theory, and resource management skills. Upon graduation you will be able to understand, use, and preserve our nation's natural resources.

Outdoor Management CHECKSHEET


Recreation Management

Dr. Julie Lammel
107 Himes Hall, Lock Haven University
(570) 484-2826

Contact our Admissions Office

8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday-Friday
(570) 484-2027

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