It’s called adventure education for a reason. You’ll immerse yourself in beautiful Yellowstone country, taking classes both in the field and the classroom gaining practical technical and leadership skills. You’ll learn:
Ready to concentrate on the outdoors so you can get out into the world quicker? This degree is for you. You’ll spend four semesters taking mostly outdoor education classes to be ready for an entry-level position when you graduate.
Looking to earn a bachelor’s degree before you enter the workforce? Choose the AS Degree to transfer to a four-year institution. You’ll take a few more general education classes (math, English, etc.), but still get plenty of outdoor credits.
You can also get certified in the principles and theories of experiential/adventure education to become a facilitator. You’ll want this if you plan to work on challenge courses or if you’re a teacher who wants to use adventure activities in the classroom.
We challenge you to find another high-quality outdoor education program anywhere that’s as reasonably priced as ours.