Outdoor Adventure Leadership
The Outdoor Adventure Leadership Certificate will provide learning opportunities through practical experiences that will build specialized skills that can be utilized in outdoor activities including climbing, camping, hiking, and challenge course facilitation. Students who complete the program will have the knowledge and skills to be a leader in outdoor adventure organizations such as parks and recreation, churches, university outdoor programs, educational settings, and many other outdoor activity-based programs.
The certificate program is open to all TWU students. In addition to a classroom learning environment, students will participate in outdoor activities that will encourage leadership, group dynamics, conflict resolution, communication, organization, and teamwork. Students will also have the opportunity to apply their skills in a real-world setting through an outdoor leadership immersion course.
|KINS 1311||Physical Activity: Personal Fitness||1|
|KINS 1441||Physical Activity: Aquatics||1|
|KINS 3132||Advanced Skill Development and Methods of Teaching Outdoor Adventure Activities||2|
|KINS 3303||Leadership through Experiential Activities||3|
|KINS 3313||Wilderness First Responder||3|
|KINS 3553||Exercise and Sport Psychology||3|
|KINS 3323||Outdoor Leadership Immersion||3|