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Undergraduate Study

Study Outdoor Experiential Leadership as part of a degree option in Recreation, Park and Tourism Management (RPTM). The degree structure is specifically designed using Hahn’s four pillars and offers opportunities for internships with some of the legacy organizations around the world. View the course description online for more information.

Graduate Study

Opportunities for Masters and Ph.D. research involve coursework and research focusing on aspects of outdoor experiential leadership. Students are supervised by a committee which can include ‘special members’ from outside of the University, such as Outward Bound staff or academics at other universities.

If you are interested in master’s or PhD study please contact Pete Allison.