Race & Culture Studies
Recreation & Leisure Services
RCLS 455. RESORT AND COMMERCIAL RECREATION MANAGEMENT. 3 Credits.
Pre-requisites: RCLS 201.
This course is intended to provide working management knowledge related to resort and commercial recreation enterprises.
RCLS 463. GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP AND INTERNATIONAL TOURISM. 4 Credits.
Notes: offered spring quarter.
Students explore global citizenship with regard to travel and tourism. In particular, students examine ethical dilemmas in travel and tourism and learn how to research and identify environmental, socio-cultural and economic impacts of tourism on the destination.
RCLS 465. SEMINAR IN TRAVEL AND TOURISM. 4 Credits.
Pre-requisites: RCLS 462 or permission of the instructor.
This course is designed to offer recreation management majors an insight into some of the multidimensional and complex issues currently seen in the travel and tourism industry. Students explore, problem solve, report, and discuss current issues as presented in a series of tourism case-study scenarios. In addition, students gain hands-on experience by planning and implementing a seven-day field trip to a major tourist destination or city.