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Outdoor Recreation Management guide


Suggested Course Sequence: Associate in Applied Science-Transfer  
First Year - Fall Quarter Credits
ENGL& 101* Composition: General 5
PEHR 201 Intro to Recreation Management  5
BUS 230*** Intro to Entrepreneurship 5
First Year - Winter Quarter  
PEHR 183 Winter Outdoor Navigation & Safety 3
 PEHR 184 Wilderness First Aid 3
MATH* College-level math 5
Elective Choice of Social Science 5
 First Year - Spring Quarter  
GEOG 150 Intro to Sustainability  5
PEHR 202 Environmental Education & Programming 5
CMST& 210
  CMST& 220
Interpersonal Communication or
  Public Speaking
Second Year - Fall Quarter   
BUS 240 Principles of Management 5
PEH 180 Personal Wellness 3
PEH 204 Intro to Outdoor Leadership and Facilitation 3
ENGL  201, 202, 203 or 235 5
 Second Year - Winter Quarter  
BUS 241 Principles of Marketing 5
ACCT 102 Practical Accounting I 5
PEHR 185 Recreation Risk Management 3
PEH Activity Course 2
Second Year - Spring Quarter  
PEHR 250 Capstone Project 3
Natural Science Elective 5
PEHR 194 Intro to River Stewardship and Whitewater Safety 3
BUS 245 Small Business Management  5
  Total Credits for Degree 93

*Placement score required.

**Associate in Applied Science-Transfer Degree: the AAS-T is built upon the technical courses required for job preparation but also includes a college-level general education component, common in structure for all such degrees. The distinguishing characteristic of the AAS-T is a minimum of 20 credits of general education courses drawn from the same list as those taken by students completing the Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) associate degree or the Associate in Science-Transfer (AS-T) degree (that is, the courses generally accepted in transfer). AAS-T courses are designed for the dual purpose of immediate employment and as preparation for the junior year in a bachelor's degree commonly described as the bachelor of applied science (BAS). The AAS-T degree generally will not be accepted in transfer in preparation for bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degrees, although the general education component of the degree will be accepted in transfer. (State Board for Community and Technical Colleges).

***Or approved business electives.