In this course, you will explore sources and applications of data for decision-making and solutions in tourism using both domestic and international resources.
While NRRT 601 -Tourism Quantitative Analysis I is not listed as a prerequisite to taking NRRT 602 - Tourism Quantitative Analysis II, it is recommended that you take NRRT 601 or a basic statistics course prior to taking NRRT 602.
This course can be applied toward:
NRRT 601 (Tourism Quantitative Analysis I).
Sam Martin is director of MTM China and faculty in the Master of Tourism Management program in the department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources at Colorado State University. Sam has more than 25 years of industry experience having owned and operated several tourism-oriented businesses and held senior marketing and management positions in up-scale resort and lodging properties, and in institutional fundraising. His current research includes barriers to participation in outdoor recreation among diverse populations, economic inequity in resort towns, as well as visitor motivations in narrative-driven travel itineraries.