PRM Curriculum Mentorship Resources
Welcome PRM Students! This page is designed to help you understand your options as you navigate your progression plan in Parks & Recreation Management.
- Freshman students are required to visit the Gateway Center for academic advisement during their first two semesters.
- Transfer students should schedule meetings with SBS advising for help with their transition to NAU from their former institution.
- All PRM students should seek additional advisement at SBS Advising after their first two semesters to ensure they are on the correct progress plan and to avoid any potential mistakes from earlier advisement.
PRM Faculty Mentoring
All students (including freshman) are highly encouraged to schedule a curriculum mentoring session with any PRM faculty at any time during their education within the PRM program. This part of the process is highly recommended so as to avoid any potential mistakes or misunderstandings from advisors unfamiliar with our degree progression.
Choose A Faculty Mentor From the List Below:
Community, Commercial & Tourism Emphasis Accordion Closed
Outdoor Education & Leadership Emphasis Accordion Closed
Individualized Study Accordion Closed
- Any of the Above Faculty
PRM Course Offerings
NOTE: This list changes from year-to-year. For the most up-to-date course offerings, always refer to LOUIE.
*D = Distance
Fall & Winter Typical Availability
1st 8wk Start
2nd 8wk Start
16 week Courses:
|PRM 252 |
Spring & Summer Typical Availability
|Spring 1st |
|Spring 2nd |
|PRM 220 |
PRM 280 *
16 Week Courses:
PRM 325D (odd yrs)
|PRM 220D |