Graduate Courses in Parks, Recreation and Tourism (PRT)
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.