Tourism Planning-Development (RMLS 465)
Introduction to the community and economic impacts of tourism development. Tourism is studied at the international, national, state, regional and local levels. The roles of leisure/recreational opportunities is explored in relationship to the planning, development, management, and organization of the tourism industry. Prerequisites: Junior status or approval by instructor. Typically Offered Spring Even Years and Summer Odd Years
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