Center for Sustainable Tourism first to offer master's degree

June 2010
Edge (East Carolina University);Summer2010, p3
The article discusses the master's degree in sustainable tourism being offered by the East Carolina University (ECU), making it the first to offer such a course in the U.S. It says that the idea was conceptualized by a group of professors to emphasize the link between good science and good business, leading to the creation of the Center for Sustainable Tourism. It adds that the degree draws from knowledge provided by the different disciplines such business, arts and sciences and human ecology.


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