Parks & Recreation Graduate Courses

Some courses may not be offered every year. Check with the college or department office for current information about when specific courses are offered.  

 

For course syllabi, see the departmental website.

 

PRM  531 RECREATION ECOLOGY AND PHYSICAL IMPACT ANALYSIS      (3)

Exploration of recreation ecology of the southwest with a focus on physical impact analysis for managing recreation areas.  Includes 3 weekends of work and 5 days of application.  Letter grade only.  Course fee required.  Prerequisite: permission of instructor.  

 

PRM  599 CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS      (1-3)

Examines recent trends and investigations in a selected area of a particular field of study.  May be offered no more than three times before being submitted for a permanent course number.  May be repeated for credit.  Pass-fail or letter grade.  

 

PRM  697 INDEPENDENT STUDY      (1-3)

Individualized directed study on selected topics.  Pass-fail or letter grade, depending on departmental policy.  No more than 3 hours may be included on the master's program in education.  Department consent required.