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Outdoor Recreation Programming

This program will be offered virtually (online) in summer 2021.

What You Will Learn

Students backpack in New Mexico on a snow covered ridgeStudents will learn and apply principles and procedures for developing and leading recreation programs in a variety of specialized outdoor environments. You will learn and practice "Leave No Trace" principles and manage risk and emergencies in an outdoor environment during virtual and local experiences. This course is taught in cooperation with the Texas State University - Outdoor Center.  Prerequisites: REC1330 Leisure and Outdoor Recreation.


Summer 2021 Term: June 1 - July 2, 2021

Virtual Program Experiences: Weekly, throughout course term

Orientation Meetings: Dates TBD

Course Options

REC 4335 Outdoor Recreation Programming  CRN 52519

Students register for three (3) credit hours during this program.

Pre-program orientation meetings will take place online.

Online coursework and virtual Study in America experiences throughout the program will also be required.

Tuition and Program Fee

3 Hours (1 Course) Undergraduate $922.02

The course tuition and program fee will be billed and paid through SBS Billing and Payment.

Additional Program Fee

There will be no additional program fee for this virtual program.

Drops and Refunds

All university policies regarding installments, course drops, and refunds apply to all billed and paid tuition and program fees.

Registering for Courses

Register for your course through the Student Information System/CatsWeb during the regular university registration period.

For more information about the content of the course/program, please contact Dr. Anthony Deringer.

For questions about appying/registering, please contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.