I also took the Outdoor Survival class offered by ASU and can honestly say that I got far more valuable knowledge out of this class than I did in any other during my 4+ years earning a degree there.
The prof was (and I imagine still is) a guy named Kozac (this was an abbreviation of his last name, something like Kozacewiecz, that we all knew him as.) He is a great guy with an incredible wealth of knowledge about the outdoors. (He used to be the guy that the Rangers would drop into the AZ wildnerness from a chopper to find lost hikers for the state.)
The class culminates in an overnight camping trip to, in my case, the Mogollon Rim where we practiced various forms of fire-starting, signaling, map/compass work, GPS navigating, shelter construction, trapping/hunting, and general team-work.
I would imagine that the ASU class is slightly more expensive than books or alternative courses at comm colleges but, for my money, it was worth every bit. I have used knowledge/skills that I learned in that class on almost every camping/hiking trip since and felt an undeniable rush of achievement every time i did.
Best of luck in your search, hope this helps.
"Being unselfish is a natural high, like hiking or paint thinner."
- Homer J Simpson