Full course site: http://calnat.ucanr.edu/Take_a_class/ltcc/
The Wilderness Education & Outdoor Leadership program at Lake Tahoe Community College offers academic field courses across the Sierra Nevada. Our courses challenge students to learn not only from books but also from the natural landscape. Because learning and living are integrated in the field, our courses provide opportunity for both intellectual and personal growth. We seek students with a curiosity about the natural world, a willingness to work hard, and the ability to travel and study cooperatively in an outdoor setting.
The Wilderness Education degree or certificate is designed to prepare students to become theoretically and technically competent wilderness specialists who can apply their skills as outdoor leaders to diverse groups and environments in a world with a growing population and finite wilderness resources. The curriculum provides a balanced foundation of all aspects of wilderness education/outdoor recreation. Students will gain basic competencies in outdoor-based activities, wilderness first aid skills, experiential educational theory, group dynamics, leadership theory and skills, and environmental awareness. There is emphasis on the integration of academic work and technical field skills. The completion of the major is appropriate for students who are outdoor-oriented and who seek individual enrichment and growth.
|Course||EVS 110: California Naturalist|
|Dates||5/4/2020 - 6/24/2020|
|Days and times||Mondays and Wednesdays 9:00 - 11:50 AM|
|Instructors||Clinton Culp and Scott Valentine|
|Hours||18 classroom and field trip hours. Details TBA.|
Contact: Clinton Culp, email@example.com