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UTP Stage II: Recreation Management and Community Development

UTP Stage II: Recreation Management and Community Development is equivalent to the first year of the Bachelor of Recreation Management and Community Development degree program at the University of Manitoba. This program will provide students practical experience in community development, sport and event management, sustainable tourism and environmental management, and social and cultural development.

Please see the University of Manitoba Applicant Information Bulletin for details on how to progress to second year studies in your specific program. For details please go to: umanitoba.ca/student/admissions/application/programs/program-admission-requirements.html.

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High School

 

2nd Year University of Manitoba

Location

Duration

12 months

Intakes

January, May, September

UTP Stage II: Recreation Management and Community Development

Courses offered at ICM

For program planning resources, please visit icmanitoba.ca/pre-arrival-and-registration-resources.

 

Second year of your University of Manitoba degree

  • Bachelor of Recreation Management and Community Development

Why choose the Bachelor of Recreation Management and Community Development?

  • The Recreation Management and Community Development Program combines components from business, program development, science, public policy, and community engagement, among others. The program is very applicable in developing community budgets, expanding municipal programs, working with diverse populations, and building public policy.
  • For more information, visit the program’s website at umanitoba.ca/explore/programs-of-study/recreation-management-and-community-development-brmcd

Careers

Employment and career options

Communities in Canada and around the world look for trained recreation professionals to help lead recreation initiatives, build leisure focused programs for various age groups, and make a difference in their neighborhoods. Students can find opportunities in industries including culture and leisure, health and wellness, and travel and tourism.

 

Visit the University of Manitoba’s Career Services website to view the Career Compass for sample jobs and career planning advice: umanitoba.ca/student/careerservices/careerplan/careercompass/

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