B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Outdoor Adventure Leadership
and choose from Digital Arts | Entrepreneurship | Environmental Science | Journalism | Psychology | Ski Business & Resort Management |
This is NOT your ordinary college major.
Discover the best outdoor adventure leadership major – at the best outdoor college.
Experience the excitement and variety of the natural world, at one of the best outdoor colleges – and in one of the most spectacular places – on the continent.
Navigate snow-covered terrain, cook a gourmet backcountry meal, debate land ethics, climb a granite wall, guide a raft through a river gorge, relocate a dislocated shoulder – and “leave no trace”.
Grit. Perseverance. Resourcefulness. These are the skills you will hone in the wild, and rely on for the rest of your life!
Make a difference
Get a broader perspective. Integrate your field experience, academic studies, and leadership skills with a community service project in your Interdisciplinary Studies service learning and senior portfolio classes.
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Explore innovative ideas to make a concrete contribution. SNU’s location as one of the best outdoor colleges provides plenty of opportunities.
Gain professional experience working with non-profits, building your own business plans, organizing events, developing curriculum, teaching, and finding your own solutions.
Our Students Say It Best . . .
. . . Follow Their Adventures!
Major: Interdisciplinary Studies in Outdoor Adventure Leadership and Environmental Science
Class of 2018
On my first rock climbing trip, the height and my own inexperience made me very nervous - but the same gut feeling that comes from being out of your comfort zone represents growth! . . . Read More
Major: Interdisciplinary Studies in Outdoor Adventure Leadership and Journalism
Class of 2012
Ben Bishop, an outdoor and action sports filmmaker and photographer who received SNC’s first degree in Outdoor Adventure Leadership, is a veteran world traveler who frequently clocks six months straight in places like China, Japan, Alaska, Canada, and Utah, but he says, “I don’t think I would be anywhere if it weren’t for SNC. I don’t think I could have gone to any other college and said, I’m really interested in this outdoor realm, and have them formulate a program.” . . . Read More