Tourism Planning & Development

  • Course Number: 3321
  • Subject: Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Description:

    An analysis of the socioeconomic planning process involved in developing tourism destinations in global, community, metropolitan, urban, and rural settings. Emphasis will be on policy and product development, regeneration and enhancement of facilities and services to meet the needs of tourists. Includes the adjustment process involved in integrating tourism into a developing economy, and the project management skills inherent in steering a development from inception to fruition. Extensive use is made of concepts from sociology, economics, political science, and business disciplines. Special readings from the current literature, case studies, guest speakers, and video cases will form an integral part of this course.

  • Pre-requisites:

    May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes: Freshman 0 to 29 Credits.