The Adventure Leadership and Education option focuses on developing effective teachers and leaders who will have the ability to competently manage a wide range of outdoor experiences.
Graduates of this option will be well suited for careers in outdoor leadership, adventure education, camp management, eco or adventure tour leadership, and other settings that require strong technical, teaching, and management skills.
Lower-division courses are from Central Oregon Community College (COCC) or equivalents from other institutions. Upper-division courses are from OSU-Cascades.
For information, contact OSU-Cascades, 541-322-3100 or visit the Tourism and Outdoor Leadership and program on the OSU-Cascades website.
ED 411. Educational Psychology, Learning, and Development (3)
TOL 372. Ethics and Adventure Leadership (3)
TOL 373. Wilderness and Adventure Education (4)
TOL 377. Expeditions I (4)
TOL 379. Expeditions II-Land (10)
TOL 380. Expeditions II-Water (3)
One additional TOL skills course (3) (COCC)
All College of Forestry credits must be completed with a grade of C– or higher.