Park and Resource Management Online, Master of Science (MS)
John Lisco 724-738-2596
The online Master of Science in Park and Resource Management consists of 24 credits of coursework plus a 6-credit internship, for a total of 30 credits. Graduate study in Park and Resource Management combined with current work experience in the field offer excellent preparation for professionals interested in leading others who have dedicated their careers to protecting and preserving America’s parks and other natural and historical areas.
The program is perfect for currently employed professionals in park and resource management who are interested in enrolling as degree-seeking students at the graduate level. Courses are taught via the Internet exclusively. For this reason, program candidates must have access to a high speed internet connection.
The program can be completed in two calendar years. Students may begin the MS program in either fall or spring semester. Two courses are offered each semester fall and spring. Internships are usually completed in the summer.
Some states, including Pennsylvania, offer certification through the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). While certification is not required; it can advance your career. In Pennsylvania, the requirements include, but are not limited to: a passing score on the Environmental Literacy Test, work portfolio, and attendance at a EE Certification Workshop. Requirements vary by state, so please visit the NAAEE state affiliate where you work.
|PCRM 654||Natural and Cultural Resources Law||3|
|PCRM 655||Social Science Research Methods in Conservation||3|
|PCRM 656||Environmental Issues||3|
|PCRM 657||Environmental Grant Writing||3|
|PCRM 658||Environmental Education||3|
|PCRM 675||Recreation Resources Management||3|
|PCRM 686||Management Strategy in Parks and Recreation||3|
|PCRM 750||Parks and Recreation/Environmental Education Internship||6|
|Select Free Elective||3|
Important Curriculum Guide Notes
This Curriculum Guide is provided to help SRU students and prospective students better understand their intended major curriculum. Enrolled SRU students should note that the My Rock Audit may place already-earned and/or in progress courses in different, yet valid, curriculum categories. Enrolled SRU students should use the My Rock Audit Report and materials and information provided by their faculty advisers to ensure accurate progress towards degree completion. The information on this guide is current as of the date listed. Students are responsible for curriculum requirements at the time of enrollment at the University.
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Major Code: 966D