Minor in Recreation Management
Units required for Minor: 15
The Minor in Recreation Management is designed for non-RPTA majors interested in learning about career areas within the recreation field. This broad set of industries can lead to careers in experiential education, community sports (for youths, teens, and adults), outdoor leadership, campus recreation, activity programming, military recreation, intramural league programming, and adventure recreation.
The minor requires 15 units, and must include at least 9 units of upper division coursework taken in residence at Sacramento State.
Minimum Grade Requirement
A grade of "C-" or better is required in all upper division courses applied to the minor.
|Required (3 Units)
|Recreation, Parks and Tourism in Contemporary Society
|Electives (12 Units)
|Select 12 units from the following: 2, 3, 4
|Leadership and Group Development
|Race, Class Gender and Leisure
|The Outdoor Recreation Experience
|Recreation and Parks: Natural, Cultural, and Heritage Resources
|Budgeting for Recreation Services
|Introduction to Recreation Law
|Management in Recreation, Parks and Tourism
|Introduction to Inclusive Recreation and Recreation Therapy
|Leisure, the Individual, and Contemporary Society
|Community Sport Programming
|Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR): Military Recreation Services
|Program and Event Planning in Recreation, Parks and Tourism
|Experiential Education in Outdoor Recreation Settings
|Developing and Programming Adventure Experiences
|Ecology Of Resource Areas
|Visitor Management in Recreation Areas
|Law Enforcement for Forest and Park Rangers
|Management of Recreation Facilities
|Grant Writing for Social, Community and Human Service Organizations
|Leadership and Fundraising for Non-profit Organizations
|Volunteer Management in Nonprofit, Service, or Community Organizations
|Administration in Recreation, Parks and Tourism
|Marketing Recreation Services
Minor students with catalog rights prior to Fall 2018 may use RPTA 100 or RPTA 122 in place of, but not in addition to RPTA 30.
With minor advisor approval, up to 3 units of RPTA 199 may be applied to the minor.
Nine units of minor elective coursework must be Upper Division.
Minor elective course work to be selected in consultation with RPTA Minor Advisor.