Camp Management
Camp Management minors have worked at camps across Colorado and the United States, including Frontier Ranch, Id-ra-ha-Je, Crooked Creek, and many others.

Camp Management

"But the place which you have selected for your camp, though never so rough and grim, begins at once to have its attractions, and becomes a very centre of civilization to you: home..."
  -Henry David Thoreau, American author, poet, abolitionist, naturalist, historian, philosopher, and leading transcendentalist (1817-1862)

If you're motivated to work for the administration team of a youth camp or church ministry, the Camp Management minor will provide you with a proper understanding of how to manage those programs. New jobs and opportunities in youth camps are excellent, and new professionals needed every year. The Camp Management minor provides you with a foundation of business and management models, a firm grasp of organizational behavior, and training in non-profit and managerial accounting.

Camp Management In the Christian University

Everyone seems to have a camp story – summer, youth, or church camp. Yet youth ministries and camps need professionals capable of directing and managing. CCU's School of Business and Leadership equips you to be able to confidently take up these positions, integrating faith and academics as you learn how to be a Christian administrator with a strong understanding of business models and organization management.
Course Catalog
Interesting Camp Management classes you might take:
  • Introduction to Outdoor Leadership
  • Managing & Marketing Nonprofit Organizations
  • Management and Administration of Outdoor Programs
What can you do with a degree in Camp Management?
  • Activities Coordinator
  • Christian Camp Director
  • Camp Ministry Coordinator

Spotlight

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Emily-Jane Newbern '17

Major: Business Administration

Someone very wise once told me, “Go with God and serve him well." These words have become the motto of my life. I am from a small town in Georgia, where my parents told me that college was the one time I could move away. Initially I chose CCU for sacrificial reasons like to get away, to play soccer, and to snowboard, but God had another reason. God brought me to CCU to reveal himself to me.
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