Graduates of this program should expect to find employment as program leaders or specialists, supervisors or directors, activity therapists, recreation therapists, outdoor coordinators, park rangers and conservation aides in the field of parks, public recreation, commercial and private recreation, military recreation, therapeutic recreation, outdoor recreation, camping, correctional recreation, voluntary recreation, employee recreation and the tourism industry.
Students planning to transfer to the Frostburg State University Bachelor of Science degree should meet every semester with both the CCBC and FSU program coordinators before registering.
Except for RECR 101 and RECR 242 , most RECR courses are offered in alternate semesters only. Students should consult with the program coordinator for exact course offerings.
On-campus Partnership with Frostburg State University: Both program coordinators are located in L-206-A on the CCBC-Catonsville Campus.
Note: Students who already possess an existing degree (2 or 4 year) and would like to complete a B.S. in Recreation and Parks Management should see Dr. Dougherty.