2011-2013 Undergraduate Catalog

The Department of Health and Human Performance

Bachelor of Science Degree
Major in Outdoor Adventure Leadership Degree Requirements

Courses Credits
General Education Requirements
(See page 73) Students should consult with their advisors to determine if specific courses are necessary in order to satisfy the General Education requirements within this major.
31
Degree Core
^ECP 122 Wilderness First Responder 3
REC 110 Environment/Leave No Trace 1
REC 181 Basic Navigation/Orienteering 1
REC 200 Foundations of Outdoor Adventure Leadership 2
REC 214 Outdoor Recreations in the United States 3
REC 280 Challenge Course Fundamentals 3
REC 306 Outdoor Living Skills 3
REC 310 Adventure Leadership 3
REC 381 Leadership and Group Dynamics 3
REC 411 Adventure Guding and Instructing 3
REC 466 Ethical/Legal Aspects in Outdoor Adventure Leadership 2
REC 470 Adventure Program Planning and Development 3
REC 498 Internship 6
Total 36
^Or equivalent/comparable training (Ski Patrol, Park & Rec., Health Organizations, etc.)
Required Courses
BIOE 202 Introduction to Environmental Ecology 3
HEE 310 Methods of Adapted Health Enhancement 2
HHP 212 First Responder Emergency Care 3
KIN 105 Foundations of Exercise Science 3
KIN 106 Foundations of Exercise Science Lab 1
KIN 330 Motor Learning and Control 3
KIN 331 Motor Learning and Control Lab
OR KIN 320 Exercise Physiology

1
3

KIN 321 Exercise Physiology Lab 1
Total 16
Skills Areas Level I 6
ACT 274 Scuba Diving 2
REC 119 Nordic Skiing I 1
REC 122 Alpine Skiing I 1
REC 125 Snowboarding I 1
REC 126 Snowshoeing I 1
REC 130 Fly Fishing 1
REC 150 Low Element Challenges 2
REC 155 Rappelling/Belaying 2
REC 160 Shooting Sports I 1
REC 255 Rock Craft I 1
REC 275 Kayaking I 1
REC 277 Rafting I 1
REC 287 Archery I 1
Level II 12
REC 182 Advanced Navigation 2
REC 185 Winter Survival Skills 2
REC 187 Basic Survival in the Outdoors 2
REC 220 Alpine Skiing II 2
REC 230 Fly Fishing II 2
REC 233 Skiing/Snowboarding Instructor Development 2
REC 257 Rock Craft II 2
REC 260 Shooting Sports II 2
REC 276 Kayaking II 2
REC 278 Rafting II 2
REC 288 Archery II 2
REC 480 Challenge Course Skills and Facilitation 3
Rescue Skills 3
REC 189 Avalance Awareness and Safety 1
REC 258 Ropes Rescue 3
REC 281 Search and Rescue 3
REC 358 Swift Water Rescue 3
Total major credits 73
Restricted electives selected with advisor approval 6
Minor 20
Total minimum required credits for degree 120

*May satisfy General Education requirements.

Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.

Suggested Plan of Study

Bachelor of Science in Outdoor Adventure Leadership
Students should visit with their faculty advisor each semester prior to registration.  The following suggested schedule provides a general overview of courses and work that will enable the student to progress through the degree in an orderly and timely manner.

First Year F S
WRIT 101 3  
REC 200 2  
Skills    2  
REC 214 3  
REC 306 3  
KIN 105/106   4
HHP 212      3
General Education   9
Second Year F S
REC 181 1  
REC 214 3  
REC 310 3  
Skills 2 3
HEE 310   2
Electives   3
General Education 6 7
Third Year F S
BIOE 202 3  
Skills 3  
REC 280   3
REC 381   3
REC 466   2
Electives 3 3
General Education  6 3
Fourth Year F S
KIN 330/331 or 320/321 4  
REC 470 3  
REC 411 3  
Rescue Skill 3  
Skills 2 2
REC 498   6
ECP 122   3
Elective   3

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