|R272||Recreation Activities & Leadership Methods||3 credits|
|R370||Wilderness First Responder||3 credits|
|R380||Outdoor Experiential Education Instructional Techniques & Methods||3 credits|
|R385||Wilderness in the American Mind||3 credits|
|R413||Outdoor Adventure Programming Organization & Leadership||3 credits|
|R513||Outdoor Adventure Programming||3 credits|
|R515||Special Concerns in Parks & Recreation||3 credits|
|R520||Organizational Leadership of Leisure Studies||3 credits|
|R585||Wilderness in the American Mind||3 credits|
|R641||Readings in Recreation||1 credit|
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CORE satisfies 160 of the 320 required professional development hours for Outdoor Recreation and Resource Management majors.
Some course substitutions can be made. Please contact the CORE program coordinator for more information.
The Outdoor Recreation and Resource Management minor can be earned by taking
- R160 Foundations of Recreation and Leisure and
- R271 Dynamics of Outdoor Leadership. (Those pursuing Recreation and Resource Management minors are highly encouraged to take R271 before participating in CORE).
Our program curriculum does not allow for any other courses to be taken during the CORE spring semester, so please plan ahead with your advisor if you would like to pursue the minor listed above.