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M.S. Recreation Management

M.S. Recreation Management


Master's degree in Recreation Management

Choose the M.S. in Recreation Management if you are interested in studying topics like recreation and tourism management, social, political and economic aspects of conservation, or wilderness, parks and protected area studies. As with all three of our master's degrees, you must be accepted to study with a faculty advisor before you can be admitted to our graduate programs. That faculty member will help you choose a plan of study to get the degree that fits you.

College of Forestry and Conservation Recreation Management graduate student

M.S. student John Stegmaier researched multi-day environmental service trips for his degree and won a UM graduate conference award.

College of Forestry and Conservation Recreation Management graduate student

Lee Rademaker received his M.S. in Recreation Management in 2008 and now works as an interpretive ranger in Glacier National Park.

Master's degree in Recreation Management at the University of Montana

Students conduct a wide variety of research projects in wilderness areas, parks, and more, locally and internationally.