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RECREATION RESOURCE MANAGMENT


The Department of Environment and Society

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The Recreation Resource Management degree prepares students for careers in managing outdoor recreation settings. Students who pursue this degree might work in a visitor center or as an interpreter at a public forest or rangeland, state or national park, or wilderness area.

Other students work in tourism and recreation businesses. Because these jobs require an understanding of both the land itself and the people who visit these areas, this degree offers a solid foundation in both the biological and social sciences.

Melanie Conrad

ACADEMIC ADVISOR


Melanie Conrad

NR 122
435.797.3375

melanie.conrad@usu.edu

Melanie brings her experience in academic advising, and her love for students to help them succeed in their education and future careers.

  • Semester-by-semester planning
  • Connecting with clubs
  • Changing your major
  • Academic success resources
Chris Monz

FACULTY ADVISOR


Dr. Chris Monz

NR 318
435.797.2773

chris.monz@usu.edu Directory Listing