OUTDOOR RECREATION, PARKS AND TOURISM PROGRAMS

 

Students are also advised of the interdisciplinary minor concentrations in Gerontology, page 217 and Northern Studies, page 195 and 239.

1. Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation

Four year program
for students entering the program in September 2007 or after

First Year:
(a) Outdoor Recreation 1010, 1070
(b) Outdoor Recreation 1910, 1930 (non-credit courses)
(c) English 1011 and 1031
(d) One of: Anthropology 1032 and 1034; Economics 1100; Geography 1120; Political Science 1100; Psychology 1100; Sociology 1100
(e) Two FCE electives

Second Year:
(a) Outdoor Recreation 2210, 2270, 2310, 2350, 2510, 2750, 2810
(b) One and one-half full course equivalent electives

Third Year:
(a) Outdoor Recreation 3230, 3370, 3510
(b) Three half-courses in Outdoor Recreation at the third year level
(c) Two FCE electives

Fourth Year:
(a) Four half-courses in Outdoor Recreation at the fourth year level
(b) Three full course equivalent open electives

Note:
Students in the program will only be allowed to take up to a maximum of one full course equivalent in Outdoor Recreation to count as open electives.

(a) Specialization in Leadership

Years 1 and 2 are the same as for the HBOR program.

By the third year, students may select the leadership specialization which will be noted on their transcripts. Students must successfully complete five half courses from:

Required Leadership Course: OUTD 3312, 4371
Elective Leadership Courses: OUTD 3075, 3171, 3310, 3311, 3331, 3410, 3610, 4075, 4131, 4311, 4351, 4411, 4611

Courses may not be double-counted to complete a second specialization. OUTD 3075 and 4075 must be retaken with a new project in the second specialization.

(b) Specialization in Parks

Years 1 and 2 are the same as for the HBOR program.

By the third year, students may select the parks specialization which will be noted on their transcripts. Students must successfully complete five half courses from:

Required Parks Course: OUTD 3811, 3812, 4810
Elective Parks Courses: OUTD 3075, 3410, 3415, 3610, 3731, 3771, 3831, 4075, 4170, 4411, 4415, 4611, 4732, 4813, 4815

Courses may not be double-counted to complete a second specialization. OUTD 3075 and 4075 must be retaken with a new project in the second specialization.

(c) Specialization in Tourism

Years 1 and 2 are the same as for the HBOR program.

By the third year, students may select the tourism specialization which will be noted on their transcripts. Students must successfully complete five half courses from:

Required Tourism Courses: OUTD 3731, 3733, 3771
Elective Tourism Courses: OUTD 3075, 3410, 3531, 4075, 4510, 4732, 4733, 4813, 4815, 4917

Students in the Tourism Specialization are recommended to take as electives the Entrepreneur Certificate courses in the Faculty of Business Administration.

Courses may not be double-counted to complete a second specialization. OUTD 3075 and 4075 must be retaken with a new project in the second specialization.

2. Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation

Four year program
for students entering the program before September 2007

Second Year:
(a) Outdoor Recreation 2210, 2270, 2310, 2350, 2510, 2750, 2810
(b) Two full course equivalent open electives

Third Year:
(a) Outdoor Recreation 3230, 3370, 3510
(b) Four third year Outdoor Recreation half courses
(c) Two full course equivalent open electives

Fourth Year:
(a) Four fourth year Outdoor Recreation half courses
(b) Three full course equivalent open electives

Note:
Students in the program will only be allowed to take up to a maximum of one full course equivalent in Outdoor Recreation to count as open electives.

(a) Specialization in Leadership

Years 1 and 2 are the same as for the HBOR program.

By the third year, students may select the leadership specialization which will be noted on their transcripts. Students must successfully complete six half courses from:

Required Leadership Course: OUTD 2210
Elective Leadership Courses: OUTD 3075, 3171, 3310, 3311, 3331, 4075, 4131, 4311, 4351, 4371

Courses may not be double-counted to complete a second specialization. OUTD 3075 and 4075 must be retaken with a new project in the second specialization.

(b) Specialization in Parks

Years 1 and 2 are the same as for the HBOR program.

By the third year, students may select the parks specialization which will be noted on their transcripts. Students must successfully complete five half courses from:

Required Parks Course: OUTD 3811, 3812, 4810
Elective Parks Courses: OUTD 3075, 3410, 3415, 3610, 3731, 3771, 3831, 4075, 4170, 4411, 4415, 4611, 4732, 4813, 4815

Courses may not be double-counted to complete a second specialization. OUTD 3075 and 4075 must be retaken with a new project in the second specialization.

(c) Specialization in Tourism

Years 1 and 2 are the same as for the HBOR program.

By the third year, students may select the tourism specialization which will be noted on their transcripts. Students must successfully complete five half courses from:

Required Tourism Courses: OUTD 3731, 3733, 3771
Elective Tourism Courses: OUTD 3075, 3410, 3531, 4075, 4510, 4732, 4733, 4813, 4815, 4917

Students in the Tourism Specialization are recommended to take as electives the Entrepreneur Certificate courses in the Faculty of Business Administration.

Courses may not be double-counted to complete a second specialization. OUTD 3075 and 4075 must be retaken with a new project in the second specialization.

3. Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation/BA (Geography Major)

Four year program
(See Department of Geography page 180)

4. Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation/BA (History Major)

Four year program
(See Department of History page 220)

5. Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation/BSc (Natural Science Major)

Four year program
(See Department of Biology, page 161)

6. Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation/BA (Women's Studies Major)

Four year program
(See Department of Women's Studies page 262)

7. Concurrent Programs with Education

For more information about the concurrent degree programs in Education and Outdoor Recreation, see the Faculty of Education, Undergraduate Studies in Education, starting on page 61.

8. Master of Environmental Studies Degree in Nature-Based Recreation and Tourism

See the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Graduate Programs offered by the School of Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism, page 311.


See also:
Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism Courses
Faculty of Graduate Studies
- Information/Regulations
- School of Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism - Nature-Based Recreation and Tourism

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