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    Apr 22, 2024  
2015 - 2016 Catalog of Courses 
    
2015 - 2016 Catalog of Courses [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Adventure Education Major: Transfer Student Map


Colorado Public Community/Junior College Transfer - Two Years (4 semesters) - Map to Graduation

Students transferring to Fort Lewis College after following the 2015-16 Institutional Transfer Guide for a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Adventure Education must have successfully completed the following courses in fulfillment of the requirements for the Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree:

MAT 135
Choose 6 credits from the following OUT courses:
OUT 116 or OUT 137 or OUT 141 or OUT 237
OUT 131 or OUT 132
OUT 147 or OUT 148
REC 101

Complete these courses at Fort Lewis College:

Fall Junior Year  Credits   Spring Junior Year  Credits
AE 201    3   AE 310    3
AE 210    3   AE 325    3
AE 220    3   AE 350    3
AE 230    3   AE 450    3
AE 251    3   ES 495    3
      Free elective (lower or upper division)  1
TOTAL 15   TOTAL 16
         
Fall Senior Year  Credits   Senior Spring Year  Credits
AE 321  or AE 360    3   AE 480  (600 hours) 12
ES 496    2      
Free elective (upper division)  4      
Free elective (lower or upper division)  4      
Free elective (lower or upper division)  4      
TOTAL 17   TOTAL 12

Note: The Adventure Education immersion semester requires that students enroll in Wilderness Expedition (AE 201 ), Adventure Leadership (AE 210 ), and Teaching Methods for Adventure Educators (AE 220 ) in the same fall semester, along with two other Adventure Education courses - Wilderness First Responder (AE 230 ) and Challenge Course Programming (AE 251 ). AE 201 , AE 210 , and AE 220  must be taken together; they cannot be completed separately. Therefore, transfer students entering the program with one or two, but not all of these courses, will need to still take all courses in the immersion semester for on-time graduation. This may result in non-acceptance of some transfer credit.

Note: This map is a suggested course sequence. Please consult your advisor for alternate sequencing.

Note:  Students must complete 90 credits by the end of the Junior year to be classified as a Senior. This may require completion of additional free electives in the Junior year to supplement the suggested course sequence.