ADVG 4100 Adventure Field School - International (0,0,12)

Credits: 6 credits
Delivery: Campus

This course is a 4-6 week field school to study adventure development, policy, planning, and operations in an international setting. Students use this field experience as a basis for the application of theoretical principles learned in the classroom to practical field work. The development and operation of international adventure and nature-based tourism requires extensive first-hand experience in an area. This course is intended to facilitate students' travel to an international region in order to study adventure and nature-based tourism product and business opportunities, and community development.
Prerequisite: 3rd year standing
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