RECM 333: RECREATION VISITOR BEHAVIOR

(F) Examining the social-psychological principles at work when people recreate in the outdoors. This course is essentially the study of recreation and leisure behavior as it impacts the planning, design and management of natural resource-based recreation opportunities. Special consideration will be given to the effect of human behavior on natural environments. Prerequisites: RECM 111 and 201 or permission of instructor.

Hours
3
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