Prerequisite: one of the following: 38:192, 38:180.
Modern people devote considerable time and expense in the pursuit of recreation and tourism. This course deals with the spatial interrelationships between the user public and the resource base required for recreation and tourism; the supply of, and demand for, these activities; patterns of recreation and tourism; and the physical, economic, and social impacts of these activities. Government policies, planning and the projection of future trends will also be studied.
Credit cannot be held for both this course and 38:361.
3 lecture hours per week, one term.
- Instructor: Christopher D. Malcolm