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Leadership is more than a title - it is an immersive and empowering process. Learn to manage and lead successfully within public, private, government, and nonprofit organizations. The Bachelor of Applied Science degree provides an opportunity to develop and apply skills to advance individuals professionally and personally. The curriculum offers practical and active learning strategies to encourage individual and team growth.
This 8-semester program offers students the ability to hike, bike, raft, climb and ski in Wyoming's expansive terrain and develop skills for a career as a leader in the outdoors. This BAS program is especially appropriate for students wishing to: start their own outdoor-related small business, manage an outdoor recreation or education program, or build a career in leadership of parks, recreation, tourism, or natural resource management.
The Outdoor Program Leadership is a degree option of the Organizational Management and Leadership Bachelor of Applied Science degree. Enjoy an active learning environment at the foothills of the Wind River Mountains in a holistic experience at CWC's Alpine Science Institute (ASI), with the opportunity to live in student cabins and have access to trout streams, world-class rock climbing areas, and a variety of trails for hiking and biking.
|ORTM 3000||Tourism Theory and Practice|
|ORTM 3050||Operations, Mgmt and Env Stewardship|
|ORTM 4975||Independent Study|
|COMM 4050||Communication and Conflict|
|MGT 3000||Financial Analysis Budgeting|
|MGT 3005||Foundations of Leadership|
|MGT 3010||Personal Leadership|
|MGT 3110||Business Ethics|
|MGT 3210||Management and Organization|
|MGT 4005||Leading Others|
|MGT 4020||Innovation Management|
|MGT 4390||Management and Leadership Capstone|
|PSYC 3110||Cross-Cultural Psychology|
|PSYC 3200||Industrial-Organizational Psychology|