"Lake Superior State University's Sport and Recreation Management program is second to none!"
Justin Andre, Director of Hanson Hills Recreation Area, in scenic Grayling, Michigan
Sport and Recreation Management
“Students are constantly engaged in practical application of knowledge gained in courses through written communication tasks such as: designing programs, developing activity lesson plans, producing administrative projects, completing undergraduate research, and applying grant writing techniques. Their oral communication skills and knowledge are further enhanced through individual choices of practical experience, leader apprentice experience and internships under the tutelage of professionals.”
--Debra K. McPherson Assistant Professor,
Becky Steffler - Wayne State University Intramural/Recreation Department
"Sports and Recreation Management is important because there will always be facilities to manage, and people who want recreation and leisure programs. We learn how to manage people and facilities creating successful programs and opportunities. Being a major in Sports and Recreation management I have had to develop and accomplish both personal and professional goals which I will apply in the future”
--Dana Fitzpatrick Student,
Student Pool Director,
Majoring in Sports and Recreation Mgmt.
Kristen "Krisse" Spalding
"The close family feeling between friends, faculty and staff." [ more ]