Environmental and Outdoor Education B.A.Sc. Program Outcomes
1. Students will accurately describe ecological relationships that involve both human and natural system.
2. Students will accurately describe fundamental goals, characteristics, historical perspectives, and underlying theories of outdoor and environmental education.
3. Students will identify appropriate resource management agencies, outdoor and environmental education organizations, and relevant curricula and program materials/resources that can support their work as outdoor and environmental educators.
4. Students will demonstrate effective leadership in outdoor educational management settings.
5. Students will develop and implement comprehensive risk analysis for a variety of outdoor and environmental education activities.
6. Students will demonstrate the ability to organize, write and present a comprehensive management plan for an outdoor or environmental education setting.
7. Students will develop, implement, and assess instructionally effective outdoor and environmental education lessons and interpretive programs for non-formal and formal settings that utilize a variety of educational methodologies.
8. Students will demonstrate competence in physical and technical skills for travel in the outdoor recreational context as defined by instructor level industry standards.
9. Students will accept the responsibility to model professional behaviors pertinent to outdoor education including stewardship, ethics, and respect toward people, place and nature.
10. Students will value outdoor and environmental education experiences as a part of healthy, active lifestyles and as an avenue for fostering sustainability and a personal connectedness to the natural world.