|Field of Study:||Health and Physical Education, General
|Description:||Gain valuable leadership skills, be market-ready, and driven to succeed. Get hands-on experience and earn provincially and nationally recognized technical certifications in canoe tripping, river rescue, sea kayaking, rock climbing, National Lifesaving Society and wilderness emergency first aid.
You have the choice of completing a 400-hour internship with leading outdoor adventure industries, leading a 3-week international expedition out of North America, or writing an undergraduate thesis. Self-motivated and passionate students will excel in the small, interactive classes, focusing on leadership, guiding, and instructing in remote or austere environments.
|Cost per year:*||
Cost shown is for Year 1 of the program.