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 Resort Recreation and Hospitality ManagementCareers 



Our students have secured positions at a variety of agencies and resorts throughout the country. Some have advanced to become managers, directors, executive directors, assistant general managers, and general managers of recreation programs and resort properties.

Please note: This program has moved to the Department of Hospitality, Event Management, and Tourism in the College of Business, Information and Social Sciences. Please contact the department chair, Bruce Boliver, at 724-738-2600 or for information.

Featured Student:
Christine Kercell

Christine Kercell - Featured Student

Parks and Recreation Program Outcomes

  • Communication
  • Graphic & Technological Communication
  • Utilization of Professional Planning Tools and Instruments
  • Problem Solving
  • Facilities Evaluation & Management
  • Visitor Services
  • Leadership
  • Administration
  • Foundations
  • Programming
  • Recreation Resource Management
  • Practical Professional Experience
  • Diversity
  • Valuing Ethical Responsibility