4.00

(5.5,0,0)

15

This course introduces students to the natural environment of British Columbia in the context of commercial outdoor recreation. Students interpret the physical landscape and weather systems of British Columbia in a manner appropriate to wilderness guiding or other commercial outdoor recreation settings. The course includes geology, hydrology, oceanography, glaciology, and atmospheric science with a focus on interpreting weather. This course includes a field studies experience.

Prerequisites

15 credits of 100-level or higher coursework including REC 110

Course Outlines

Effective Term
 Fall 2017 onwards