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Feasibility Studies (RT 201)

You will be introduced to the feasibility stage of planning for the development of recreation facilities. The course content includes what a feasibility study is, why a study is undertaken, the sequence of steps that a study follows, how the study should be presented in both written and oral form and how terms of reference are set up. The course also provides guidance on how information is analyzed and on how recommendations are developed.

Prerequisites: Managerial Accounting, and Introduction to Microeconomics (RT 191)

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