|Ways of Knowing Nature||Outdoor Living and Travel Skills||Field Experience A||Reading Australian Landscapes|
|World Views and the Environment||Introduction to Winter Environments||Outdoor Environments||Naturalist Studies|
Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation Education
Course code/s: EBOREB
|Course Coordinator||Sean Murray|
|Available to International students||Yes|
|Course duration||3 years full-time, or part-time equivalent|
|Leave of absence available||Yes, for a maximum of 12 months and only permitted in years 1 or 2|
Current students: ASK La Trobe
Prospective students: Future Students
Outdoor recreation education combines a core of outdoor education, environmental studies, safety in outdoor environments, leadership studies, and 160 days of practical experience with specialisations preparing for careers in outdoor recreation and school camps. Practical electives include bushwalking, rock climbing, cross-country skiing and paddling, developing knowledge of the Bendigo region, Victorian Alps, Grampians and Murray River system.
Applicants must satisfy the University's normal entrance requirements, including a study score of at least 25 in Units 3 and 4 of English (EAL) or 20 in English other than EAL.
Special entry applicants or students who have completed Year 12 more than 12 months prior to application should complete the VTAC Personal Statement. Special entry applicants may also be required to sit for the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) Multiple Choice.
You should ensure you are aware of the physical components and location requirements of the course. Students with a disability, medical condition or any concerns which may affect potential participation in some of the practical components of the course are invited to discuss their options with the course coordinator.
The three Essentials - Global Citizenship, Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Thinking - are specialist areas designed to give you an edge with employers. They will enable you to adapt your knowledge and skills to new contexts in a rapidly changing world. Subjects addressing the Essentials are part of all undergraduate La Trobe degrees and can be identified in the subject database by distinct icons. The list of approved subjects is also on the Essentials webpage.
The course is a three-year full-time program. It consists of 360 credit points of study. Subjects are 15 credit points, except where indicated.
To assist with planning your enrolment, download a PDF copy of the study plan guide here: Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation Education (EBOREB - Bendigo), 2018 [PDF 94 KB]
Note: LTU0AIM is a not-for-credit subject that you are required to complete at the commencement of your first semester. The subject is designed to enhance your knowledge and awareness of issues concerning academic integrity.
ABS0WOM is a not-for-credit subject that you are required to complete at the commencement of your first semester. The subject is designed to introduce you to Indigenous Australian perspectives, experiences, history, culture and customs.
Outdoor Recreation Education Major
|Education in the Outdoors||Field Experience D||Teaching in Environment Elective (15 cps)||Teaching in Environment Elective (15 cps)|
|Teaching and Program Development||Field Experience E or elective*||Outdoor Environmental Practical Extension||Teaching in Environment Elective (15 cps)|
*Third-year elective: to permit those who wish to be teachers to be eligible for geography teaching method.
Teaching environment electives
S1 = Semester 1, S2 = Semester 2
Teaching periods are provided as a guide only and subject to change. Please refer to the Subject Search guide for further details.