Introduction to the broad field of outdoor recreation and tourism, including history, philosophy, current issues, career opportunities, and the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Program.
PRT 050 -
Examination of tourism including its economic, environmental, and social effects. Emphasis on planning to maintain the integrity of tourist regions.
PRT 138 -
Park & Recreation Design
Recreation design methodology applied to the design of public and private recreational facilities.
Credits: 0.00 to 4.00
PRT 152 -
Forest Resource Values
History, methods, and current issues associated with the nonmarket and market values of forest-based resources, including aesthetics, wildlife, recreation, water, and timber. Prerequisites: EC 012 or CDAE 061. Cross-listed with: FOR 152.
PRT 153 -
Recreation Admin & Operations
Administration and operation of outdoor recreation agencies and businesses. Special emphasis on recreation administrative structures, personnel management, and maintenance of parks and outdoor recreation areas. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing.
PRT 157 -
Ski Area Management
A study of the management and operating functions of ski areas and resorts in Vermont, with applicability across the North American ski industry. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing.
Credits: 0.00 to 4.00
PRT 158 -
Resort Mgmt & Marketing
Study of the management of year-round resort facilities. Emphasis on resort marketing, internal support functions, and associated recreational facilities. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing.
PRT 188 -
Independent study. Prerequisite: Junior standing, Instructor permission.
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
PRT 191 -
Parks, Rec & Tourism Practicum
Supervised field experience in national, state, urban, or private park and recreation operations. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing in Parks, Recreation and Tourism.
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
PRT 230 -
Study of nature-based travel emphasizing international destinations. Examination of ecotourism as a tool for preservation and economic development. Prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing.
PRT 235 -
Outdoor Recreation Planning
Planning large land areas for outdoor recreation use. Emphasis on the planning process relative to the leisure time use of natural resources. Prerequisite: Advanced standing in Parks, Recreation and Tourism or Instructor permission.
PRT 240 -
Park and Wilderness Management
History, philosophy, and management of wilderness, national parks, and related areas. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing in Parks, Recreation and Tourism.
PRT 255 -
Philosophy, principles, and techniques of communicating environmental values, natural history processes, and cultural features to recreation visitors through the use of interpretive media. Prerequisites: Advanced standing in Parks, Recreation and Tourism or Instructor permission.
PRT 258 -
Study of entrepreneurial theories, concepts, and practices and their application to recreation and tourism. Emphasis on preparation of individual business plans. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior standing in Parks, Recreation and Tourism or Instructor permission.
PRT 299 -
Parks, Rec and Tourism Honors
Honors project dealing with management of outdoor recreation and tourism. Prerequisite: By application only; see program chair.