Jul 04, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

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ANTH 4010 - Geography of Travel and Tourism


(3) Credit Hours

This course explores the geography of travel and tourism largely from a topical approach, with the following topics to be covered: the geography of demand and supply for tourism; history of tourism; the tourist area life cycle theory; the geography of contemporary international tourism; the relationships between the physical, economic, environmental, social, and cultural dimensions and tourism; place promotion; geotourism; urban tourism; and heritage tourism. A portion of the course will also look at the place-specific tourism geography of selected regions.  Prerequisites: Any 1000-level Geography course or department head approval.  May be registered as GEOG 4010  or SOC 4010 .  Credit allowed in only one of the following: GEOG 4010 SOC 4010 , or ANTH 4010.  



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