The world of adventure and experiential education is growing and expanding. Adventure is transformative; changing perceptions, changing environments, and changing lives. Project Adventure (PA), an international non-profit organization, provides leadership in the expansion of adventure-based experiential programming. Through foundational and technical workshops in adventure programming, adventure-based counseling, portable adventure, and skills and standards, students gain the knowledge they need to become successful adventure educators.
Earn graduate level credits from Plymouth State for the successful completion of Project Adventure workshops. Visit the Project Adventure website for a list of available workshops.
Graduate credit is available at a rate of $185 per credit plus a $30 administrative fee per registration.
You can earn an additional two graduate credits available upon completion of a guided study project associated with your selected workshop.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are also available for most workshops at $15 per workshop. Please contact Gail Carr, director of continuing education, for additional information.
Did you know that you can combine your Project Adventure coursework with additional graduate courses to earn your MEd in Physical Education degree from Plymouth State?
Earn Graduate Credit for Project Adventure Workshops
- Register, pay for, and attend a Project Adventure workshop.
- Complete Plymouth State’s graduate course registration form included in the packet you received at your Project Adventure workshop.
- Clearly indicate the name of the workshop you are registering for on the registration form. The department and course number are already provided on the registration form (PA 5560).
- The number of credits for participating in a PA workshop is generally two; however, there are a few PA workshops that are four credits. Your PA workshop instructor will provide you with this information.
- Students registering for an additional two credits for a guided study project must clearly indicate this on a separate line on the same registration form. The department and course number is the same (PA 5560); however, the course title should clearly be listed as Independent Study.
- Return the Plymouth State registration form and full tuition payment along with:
- A copy of your PA Certificate of Completion for the workshop(s) attended.
- A 3-5 page reflection paper for each workshop attended. The purpose of this reflection is to review the learning experience and its application to your professional environment.
- Once your paperwork has been received and you have been registered, a confirmation e-mail will be sent to you. At that time, a Plymouth State faculty member will be assigned to evaluate your 3-5 page course reflection paper. Students who register for a guided project will also be assigned a faculty member in the confirmation e-mail to evaluate the final project.
Submit completed registration materials to:
Plymouth State University
College of Graduate Studies, MSC 11
ATTN: Project Adventure Registrations
17 High Street
Plymouth NH 03264-1595
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