TOUR 456 Land Use and Tourism Operations




This course deepens students' knowledge of land use issues relating to operating tourism businesses in the context of various systems of land ownership types including Indigenous rights, title and land use, crown land and parks and protected areas. Students analyze and examine how these issues impact tourism businesses from an operational perspective. Case studies provide the opportunity for students to engage with complex situations and generate progressive solutions.


60 credits of 100-level or higher coursework

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