Recreation, Parks and Leisure Studies
Contribute to the health and well being of individuals and their communities with a major in recreation. A foundation in liberal arts, leadership, human relations and management skills, will help prepare you for a variety of career opportunities. With a high employment rate (more than 95 percent of graduates), recreation is your golden ticket to excellence after graduation.
- Parks and recreation director
- Activity director
- YWCA/YMCA director
- Camp director
What Will I Learn?
- Choose a curriculum focused on working with youth or older adults.
- Resourcefulness, service-learning and independent thinking in and out of the classroom
- Camp Management
- Leisure/Recreation Program Delivery
- SUNY Cortland offers graduate programs in recreation.
- The department is one of the oldest and most highly respected programs in the United States.
- Nationally and internationally recognized faculty committed to students.
College is more than a classroom. Enhance your experience with these opportunities such as internships and fieldwork in parks, hospitals, recreation departments and other settings in the U.S. and abroad.
Student Clubs and Activities
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