Fees & Enrollment
Tuition: $430 per credit hour
Students will be on their own for room and board. Students without any other housing option may be able to extend stays in their residence hall. Contact the Office of Student Life for options.
All courses will require a minimum enrollment. Announcements about which courses make minimum enrollments will be made Friday, April 20, 2018.
Unless otherwise indicated, courses will meet MTWRF at times to be announced.
Contact the Registrar’s Office for enrollment.
This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of leisure and outdoor recreation and how they influence us as individuals and as a society. The influence of leisure throughout life is reviewed. Also, the use of leisure to experience the outdoors (nature) and its influence on the human condition is examined. Leisure will be explored to discover how it shapes our growth as humans, our feeling, health, and actions.
This course will engage students in topics relating to environmental and social justice. We will explore socio-environmental issues related to various regions of our planet in the classroom and then gain a deeper and broader understanding of the causes and implications of these issues in relation to human societies through an immersive travel experience to that region. The specific content and travel destination may change from year to year.