The online Master of Science in Park & Resource Management program prepares students for a variety of careers such as environmental educators, park rangers, park interpreters, resource management specialists, outdoor recreation planners, or similar professional positions in conservation organizations and at national parks and monuments. The curriculum provides a sound base in ecological understanding, planning, and management theory, teaching students practical solutions to environmental education, natural and cultural resources, and visitor management challenges. Topics of study also include issues generated by social, economic, and political factors; organization management; communication; and computer skills.
Minimum of 2.75 cumulative GPA or higher in undergraduate major
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