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RFW 200 Field Trip Study

RFW 200: Field Trip Study is a course where second year Recreation, Fish and Wildlife students participate in field-based learning. These extended field trips provide students with opportunities to refine technical field skills in settings that mimic the workplace. Students will be involved in the planning and preparation for these trips and will be presented with opportunities to develop team skills, leadership and professionalism throughout the course. Some of the data collected during this course may be used in other courses during the fall and winter semesters.

Credits

1.00

Prerequisite

Successful completion of first year courses and spring field-school. Students must have either Level I Flatwater Canoe certification or a demonstrated competency in a canoe. Note: Pre-requisite(s) may be waived with the permission of the instructor