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Recreation Management

Need to work for 30+ years? May as well choose a fun and adventurous career — consider a Recreation Management degree offered at Scottsdale Community College. This degree offers both a certificate of completion program which prepares students for entry level positions and an AAS program which prepares students for entry level positions, and provides a foundation for transferring to a four year college.

The demand for trained recreation and fitness workers is expanding as increasing numbers of people spend more time and money on recreation and leisure services. There are a variety of positions at different levels of responsibility which are needed. They include: recreation leaders, activity specialists/instructors, recreation supervisors, directors of parks & recreation and fitness centers, camp counselors, recreational therapists, fitness/athletic/personal trainers, park rangers, municipal/county/state parks and recreation departments, private resorts/clubs/spas, federal land management agencies, county, state, and federal correctional institutions, non-profit organizations, religious youth and adult organizations, hospitals, military installations, sporting goods manufacturers and trade associations, and travel and tour companies.

SCC’s Recreation program provides numerous opportunities. For those looking for an outdoor adventure we offer various one credit outdoor activity classes: cross country skiing, rowing, kayaking, white water rafting, rock climbing, backpacking, canyoneering, caving, outdoor survival, outdoor cooking, and cycling. These classes require a basic level of fitness. There is an additional travel/activity cost ranging from $35 to $575 depending upon the activity. Each class has a one-time orientation meeting on campus and then the trip. Transportation, some food, and equipment is provided. Anyone from the community can register for our outdoor adventure classes; you do not need to be enrolled in our Recreation Management Program! SCC students — check out our Outdoor Adventure Club (OAC).