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OEL Version A

Course Cluster Type
Course Cluster Name
Courses/Credits Required
Courses
Notes
University Requirements
1
UF Courses
37 Credits
UF100, or other core classes.
Core
1
OEL Core Classes
9-12 Credits: Take all three New courses and 1 of the others.
NEW - Experiential Education/Theory/Place- Based Ed
NEW - Curriculum/Teaching in the Outdoors
NEW - Leadership in the Outdoors
ED-CIFS201 - Education Schooling and Society (FS) (3)
Ed-CIFS 203 Child and Educational Psychology (3-0-3) (F/S)
Topics
4
Outdoor and Experiential Education
9 Credits
Ed-ESP 360 Environments and Observation in Early Childhood (3-0-3) (F)*
Ed-ESP 361 Place-Based and Outdoor Education in Early Childhood (3-0-3) (S)*
Ed-ESP 362 Fieldwork in Early Childhood: Place-Based Education (0-11-3) (S)*
Ed-ESP 363 Inquiry-Based Learning in Early Childhood (3-0-3) (F)*
Ed-ESP 364 Fieldwork in Early Childhood: Inquiry-Based Learning (0-11-3)*
Ed-ESP 365 Leadership and Advocacy in Early Childhood Education (3-0-3) (S)*
Ed-CIFS 302 Learning and Instruction (4-0-4) (F,S) (Coreq: 301 Teaching Experience)
Environmental Ways of Knowing
15 Credits: From at least 3 different disciplines
GEOS101 - Global Environmental Science (FN) (4)
ENVSTD430 - Environmental Justice (3)
HIST351 - North American Environmental History (3)
BIOL192 - Biology II: Introduction to the Diversity of Life (4)
BIOL304 - Biology III: Foundations of Ecology and Evolution (4)
ENVSCI198 - Perspectives in the Environmental Sciences I (1)
HES220 - Systems Thinking and Sustainability (3)
ANTH307 - Anthropology of Native North America (3)
PHIL327 - Environmental Ethics (3)
ECON474 - Sustainability and Economic Policy (3)
ANTH314 - Environmental Anthropology (3)
ENVSTD200 - Environmental Approaches and Methods (3)
ENVSTD450 - Policy for the Environment (3)
SOC440 - Environmental Sociology (3)
ECON333 - Natural Resource Economics (3)
POLS409 - Environmental Politics (3)
Leadership, Communication and Teambuilding
9 Credits: Take Leadership in Challenging Environments, Foundations, and one more
LEAD325 - Foundations of Leadership (3)
NEW - Leadership in Challenging Environments
COMM319 - Environmental Communication (3)
ED-CIFS302 - Learning and Instruction (4)
SOC 390 Conflict Management (3)
Outdoor Skills
12 Credits: NEW classes are required.
NEW - Outdoor Leadership Training (3)
NEW - Outdoor Leadership Practicum (3)
BRNCOFIT 111 - Kayaking I (1)
BRNCOFIT 116 - Mthds of Backpacking (1)
BRNCOFIT 120 - Rock Climbing (1)
BRNCOFIT 125 - Walking for Fitness (1)
BRNCOFIT 149 - Snowboarding (1)
BRNCOFIT 151 - Alpine Skiing I (1)
BRNCOFIT 158 - Bicycle Maintenance (1)
BRNCOFIT 159 - Mountain Biking (1)
BRNCOFIT 166 - Yoga: The Iyengar Method I (1)
BRNCOFIT 197 - Special Topics (1)
BRNCOFIT 211 - Kayaking II (1)
BRNCOFIT 220 - Intermediate Rock Climbing (1)
BRNCOFIT 266 - Yoga II (1)
NEW - Wilderness Medicine (2)
Elective Tracks (Choose One Track)
3
Social Science Methods
6 Credits
Natural Sciences Methods
6 Credits
Management Methods
6 Credits
Elective Tracks (Choose Two Tracks)
4
Leadership for Outdoor Organizations
9 Credits
ENVSTD450 - Policy for the Environment (3)
ENVSTD430 - Environmental Justice (3)
SOC390 - Conflict Management (3)
SOC403 - Social Change (3)
SOC426 - Rural Sociology (3)
SOC440 - Environmental Sociology (3)
SPS340 - Policy Analysis and Implementation (3)
SPS395 - Public Service Studio (1 - 3)
HLTH420 Strategic Planning and Project Management (3)
ANTH 424 Intro to Cultural Resource Management (3-0-3) (F/S)
HEP446 Grant Writing (3)
NONPROF 440 Funding for Non Profits
PUBH230 Healthy Environments, Healthy People
PUBH240 Foundations of Health Education and Promotion (3-0-3)
IPS440 Project Management and Design (3-0-3) (F/S/SU)
Science and the Environment
9 Credits
BIOL422 - Conservation Biology (3)
BIOL323 - Ecology (4)
BIOL304 - Biology III: Foundations of Ecology and Evolution (4)
BIOL434 - Principles of Fisheries and Wildlife Management (3)
BIOL435 - Ecosystem Ecology (3)
BOT305 - Systematic Botany (3)
BIOL304 - Biology III: Foundations of Ecology and Evolution (4)
GOES101 Global Environmental Science (FN)
GEOG321 Sustainability in the Anthropocene
GEOS305 Global Climate Change
Wilderness Leadership and Facilitation
9 Credits
ENVSTD490 - Certification Experience in Environmental Education (1 - 2)
PSYC 310 Adolescent and Adult Development
PSYC331 The Psychology of Health
PSYC309 Child Development
IPS410 Case Studies in Leadership (3-0-3) (F/S/SU)
Human Dimensions of the Environment
9 Credits
ENVSTD430 - Environmental Justice (3)
EOHS334 - Environmental Health Management (3)
ENVSTD420 - Contemporary Debates on Global Environmental Change (3)
GEOS305 - Global Climate Change (3)
URBAN370 - Urban Economic Development Policy (3)
ANTH314 - Environmental Anthropology (3)
ENVSTD375 - Gender, Power, and the Environment (3)
ENVSTD410 - Energy and the Environment (3)
ENVSTD431 - Indigenous Peoples and the Environment: Dispossession, Resilience, Renewal (3)
ENVSTD435 - Global Migration and the Environment (3)
ENVSTD440 - Nature Conservation in a Global Perspective (3)
ENVSTD441 - Animals in Time and Space (3)
ENVSTD445 - Landscape and Place (3)
ENVSTD450 - Policy for the Environment (3)
GEOG321 - Sustainability in the Anthropocene (3)
EOHS334 - Environmental Health Management (3)
GEOS470 - Grand Challenges: Addressing Environmental Change (3)
HIST321 - Environmental History of Modern East Asia (3)
HIST351 - North American Environmental History (3)
HIST376 - Global Environmental History (3)
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Capstone
3
Capstone
3-6 Credits
Immersive Experience
1 Semester (optional)
Teaching Practicum
3 Credits
ENVSTD490 - Certification Experience in Environmental Education (1 - 2)

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