Conservation Social Sciences (CSS) Courses taught by Wilderness & Protected
Area Research Center Staff
- CSS 491
Wilderness Leadership for Personal Growth, 3 credits, Offered Spring.
(Staff) Introduction to the diversity of wilderness experience programs
in the U.S., the theories guiding their methods and approaches, and hands-on training in
soft skills leadership of wilderness experiences.
(Krumpe) Wilderness Management, 3 credits, Offered Spring.
Basic principals, methods and practices employed in Wilderness Management.
(Krumpe) Monitoring Human Impacts in Wilderness, 1-3 credits,
Direct and indirect impacts derived from wilderness use and management and
methods and approaches for addressing them
(Krumpe) Principles of Resource Recreation and Tourism, 3
credits, Offered Fall.
Recreation (REC) Courses taught by Wilderness Research
- REC 125
(Kinziger) Outdoor Leadership Pursuits, 3 credits, Offered
- REC Activity Courses
(Kinziger, Beiser, Staff) Activity
Courses, 1-3 credits, Offered Fall and Spring.
A variety of outdoor activity courses are taught in the Recreation Department including
Mountain Biking, Whitewater Kayaking, Canoeing, Rock Climbing, Mountaineering, Winter
Camping Skills, Wilderness First-Aid.