Learning & Teaching
The Centre supports the study of outdoor education at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Undergraduate students can register on either a BA Outdoor Education (Single Honours) degree or a BA Outdoor Education (Joint Honours degree).
Postgraduate students have the choice of full or part time study options leading to a MA Outdoor Education degree or either the Postgraduate Diploma in Outdoor Education or the Postgraduate Certificate in Outdoor Education.
Coasteering at Llangranog
"I was extremely impressed with the feedback to the students given by both markers and the use of student support for those students who require additional support in writing and other skills... It was also evident that as the students progressed through the first year, so to did their necessary skills develop... I was impressed with the way in which course content was underpinned by socio-cultural theory. This provides a strong base for the outdoor education content.”
Professor Barbara Humberstone (External Examiner MA Outdoor Education, 2007)
“The BA Outdoor education degree has developed impressively during the last five years, which is a credit to the teaching team who show great commitment to their students, constantly innovating to further improve students’ employment prospects... The degree is a comprehensive educational package which shows strong pedagogic cohesion and is a credit both to the team and the College... There is a strong commitment to the students; their work is clearly treated with consideration and care, as is evinced by the generally well written assignment briefs and clear evidence of extensive written feedback and double marking.”
Mr. Richard Peart (External Examiner, 2002-06)
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path