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Hospitality and Tourism Management


The hospitality and tourism management major prepares you for work in entry, mid-level, and upper-level management positions at a hotel, resort, restaurant, meeting- or event-planning company, convention center, or country club.

Your job could be anywhere in the world, as these companies are in virtually every city and vacation area. You could start in a wide variety of positions, including front office, culinary, marketing, sales, or meeting services. Later you may move to human resources or food and beverage management. Perhaps you will be a club manager, help run a resort complex, or oversee multiple hotels or restaurants as part of a management company. You have many career and professional options in this major that can provide good starting salaries and rapid advancement.

HTM courses

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Minor in Restaurant and Foodservice Management

Required Courses

Hospitality and Tourism Management (16 hours credit)

  • HTM 101 Food Quality Principles
  • HTM 210 Foodservice Operations Management
  • HTM 311 Developing a Diverse Service Workforce
  • HTM 326 Food and Lodging Cost Control
  • HTM 341 Food Safety and Sanitation for the Food Service Industry; Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)
  • HTM 445 Advanced Food Production and Service Management

Total: 16 hours credit

 

Minor in Tourism and Hospitality Management

Required Courses

Hospitality and Tourism Management (9 hours credit)

  • HTM 210 Foodservice Operations Management
  • HTM 211 Hotel Operation
  • HTM 224 Tourism Management

Select two of the following:
Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism (6 hours credit)

  • HTM 311 Developing a Diverse Service Workforce
  • HTM 423 Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism
  • HTM 435 Conventions and Meetings: Pursuit and Attainment
  • HTM 450 Advanced Lodging Management

Total: 15 hours credit