To What Degree
Much attention has been given to the academic sector of the parks and recreation field lately. The benefits, costs, and an array of other issues have generated much chatter through various networks and conversations. While most conversations tend to focus on undergraduate degree options and the updated accreditation standards, it is important to consider the implications this has on graduate programs in the field. For this column, four graduate students in the parks and recreation field eagerly discussed their graduate education. They wanted to open a discussion of their graduate school experience in order to help future students and professionals as they consider a graduate degree in parks and recreation.
How did you decide that you should pursue a graduate degree in park....
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