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Contemporary International Hospitality and Tourism - Study Abroad Program

(3 0 cr.) - Session(s): Summer | Course Every Year

A study of the economic, community and environmental impact of hospitality and tourism to another country’s culture and economy; how tourists engage with an international destination’s culture; how that destination develops, markets and delivers cultural tourism products, services and experiences to the global tourism market; and the collective responsibility of the private sector and government in ensuring that the local tourism benefits contribute to the world’s sustainable development goals. This course involves international travel as part of an approved study abroad program. Prerequisite: HOS-300

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141 Johnson Hall
(919) 760-8593