|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||Outdoor Recreation and the Environment|
|Fall 2016 Classes|
|01||2115||9/7/16 - 12/23/16||R||9:25am - 10:40am||OK-129||Katharine Bloom|
This course examines the history of the environmental movement, the development of environmental policy, and the associated management activities and land ethics of natural resource management agencies in providing opportunities for outdoor recreation. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the benefits of outdoor recreation as well as behaviors and issues arising from human-environment interactions. Three lecture hours per week. SMS major elective. Required for the Recreation and Park Management Specialization in the Recreation Management Concentration. Open to all students. Meets the requirement for the Personal Growth & Responsibility Core Category.