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Number:HT441
Name:Tourism and Travel
Description:Tourism continues to be one of the world's most rapidly growing industries. This course explores the constantly changing trends in travel and tourism, while taking a global look into the economic, political and social drivers that shape the tourism industry. Students will explore the impact of regional, national and international economic and environmental issues affecting tourism. Additional topics include: social networking and internet marketing opportunities, socio-cultural effects, the role of research in tourism, measuring and forecasting demand, and the future of travel.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s): HT112
HT115

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Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher Instructor New Used Rental eBook
S 2017 TOURISM 9781118071779 GOELDNER 12TH 12 WILEY Ratte $0 $100 $0
F 2016 (none) Ratte $0 $0 $0
S 2014 TOURISM 9781118071779 GOELDNER 12TH 12 Ratte $0 $0 $0
S 2012 Tourism: Principles Practices and Philosophies 978-1-1180-71779 Goeldner 12 Wiley Ratte $0 $0