HOSM 326 - URBAN TOURISM ADMINISTRATION
Tourism-related decisions in the context of competing community, corporate, and political interests. The social, cultural, economic, and environmental impact of tourism on cities. The global and competitive nature of tourism and the cooperative-competitive tensions between organizations at the local, state, national, and international levels. Chicago is studied as a specific case.
(with a min grade of )
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12SH in HOSM or consent.