Adventure tourism can be a vehicle for community development. Students will examine and analyze the role of adventure tourism and the community in the planning, policy and development stages of adventure tourism products and destinations. Students identify and examine the role of community stakeholders in adventure tourism community development including the community itself, public and private sector, non-government organizations, academic institutions, indigenous communities and women.
75 credits of 100-level or higher coursework
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|Fall 2015 onwards|