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  • Locations: Tijuana, Mexico
  • Program Terms: Fall
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  • Restrictions: SDSU applicants only
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Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction: English Field of Study: Recreation and Tourism Management
Credit Type: Resident Credit Program Type: Trans-Border Course
SDSU Office: Professional Studies and Fine Arts
Program Description:
During Fall 2016, the course will be taught utilizing a bi-national approach, with class meetings at both SDSU and Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (UABC) in Tijuana. Students and faculty from both universities will participate in the course. This course introduces students to tourism from four perspectives: those of tourists (consumers), leisure suppliers, governments, and host-area residents. In order to accomplish its objectives, this course will involve reading and writing assignments, site visits, and applied projects.

This section of RTM 470 is offered using a hybrid teaching format; some class meetings will be replaced with online activities.

Anticipated travel dates: September 19; October 3, 22,31; November 21, 28
Instructor: Dr. Vinod Sasidharan
General Instructions Program Cost: Students pay normal SDSU tuition to enroll in the course.
Student Expenses: Students will need a valid passport or border-crossing card and enrollment into SDSU's Foreign Travel Insurance Program ($60.00 per semester). Students will be billed for the cost of insurance by SDSU Student Account Services.

Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.