The Outdoor Recreation Management (ORM) minor requires students to complete five total courses (20 credits).
Three (3) Required Core Courses for the ORM minor:
|RMP 490||Recreation and Leisure in Society||4|
|RMP/OUT 515||History of Outdoor Pursuits in North America||4|
|RMP 711||Recreation Resource Management||4|
Two (2) Elective Courses from the following for the ORM minor:
|RMP 501||Recreation Services for Individuals with Disabilities||4|
|RMP 511||Issues of Wilderness and Nature in American Society||4|
|RMP 557||Program and Event Design||4|
|RMP 559||Program and Event Marketing||4|
|RMP 603||New Hampshire Ski Industry Management||4|
|RMP 661||Recreation and Event Leadership||4|
|RMP 663||Recreation and Event Management||4|
|RMP 668||Youth Culture and Programs||4|
|RMP 670||Management and Design of Recreation and Parks Facilities||4|
|RMP 680||Festival and Event Planning||4|
|RMP #730||Camp Administration and Leadership||4|
|RMP 775||Entrepreneurial and Commercial Recreation||4|
|OUT 551||Adventure Programming: Backcountry Based Experience||4|
|OUT 552||Adventure Programming: Water Based Experiences||4|
|OUT 681||Theory of Adventure Education||4|
|TOUR 400||Introduction to Tourism||4|
|TOUR 767||Social Impact Assessment||4|
- To complete the ORM minor, students must submit a Certification of Completion of Minor during their final semester at UNH to Dr. Michael D. Ferguson, Assistant Professor, Recreation Management and Policy.
- RMP 490 Recreation and Leisure in Society is a pre-requisite for some RMP courses.
- Students are responsible for checking prerequisite course requirements.
- Capacity in courses may be limited.
- The Outdoor Recreation Management Minor follows UNH's policy on minors. Following University policy, students must complete 20 semester hours with a grade of C- or better and a 2.0 grade point average.
- Courses taken on a Pass/Fail basis may not be used for the minor.
- No more than 8 credits used by a student to satisfy major requirements may be used for the minor.
- No transfer courses may be used toward the minor.