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    Apr 22, 2024  
Draft Catalog 
Draft Catalog

AE 350 - Adventure Processing and Facilitation

This course provides the skills to process and facilitate the learning experiences of client groups in indoor and outdoor settings using experiential and adventure-based activities, group discussion, active listening, front loading, metaphors, and debriefing. Includes an overview of group development stages, ways to cultivate mindfulness, and inclusive team-building strategies. Students develop and facilitate a one-time program for a client group. 

Credits: 3

Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)

Prerequisites: AE 101  (minimum grade of C+)

Minimum Class Standing: Junior

Program Restriction: Must be a declared major or minor in Adventure Education or declared in the Wilderness Therapy Certificate