Tourism, Environment & Sustainable Development

Tourism, Environment, and Sustainable Development

The Tourism, Environment, and Sustainable Development cluster merges a diversity of expertise to better understand the impacts of change and development, to prepare for new challenges and opportunities in tourism and economic development, and to produce innovative plans for ensuring sustainability and resiliency through stewardship and entrepreneurship. Through applied, problem-based, and community engaged learning opportunities, students in this cluster will become thoroughly prepared to solve these 21st century challenges while protecting the vast natural and cultural richness that is the essence of New England.

 

Undergraduate Degree ProgramsGraduate Degree ProgramsMinorsCluster Projects
Anthropology/Sociology
Applied Linguistics
French
Geographic Information Systems
Geography
Global Tourism
Latin American Studies
Northern New England Heritage Studies
Pacific Rim
Political Science
Spanish
Sustainability
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Anthropologist Film Screening
Visiting the Bicknell's Thrush at Cannon Mtn.
Forest to Forest: Bicknell's Thrush
Conservation of the Bicknell’s Thrush Conference
Cultivating Sustainable Leaders
Exploring New England Culture Heritage
Mt. Prospect Region Land Conservation
Valuing Our Campus Trees and Community Forests
Vernal Pool
L-TEME site at the Beebe River