F251 Recreation Resource Management 4 credits
Exposes students to the theories and practices involved in managing our natural resources for public use. Resource management, visitor management, and service management components will be studies and analyzed. An emphasis will be put on how visitors impact natural resources, and the tools available to resource managers to control and mitigate those impacts using planning and management techniques. The lecture portion of the class will involve lecture and group discussions. The lab will include field trips to public recreation sites and presentations from recreation resource managers and planners.
This course may be taken 1 time for credit.