Academic Catalog 2017–2018

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Minor in Hospitality and Tourism Management

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Minor in Hospitality & Tourism Management, students should be able to:

  1. recognize the scope of the travel and tourism industry and its economic and cultural impact on local, national, and international markets,
  2. have increased chances of employability in many areas where their primary fields interact with Hospitality and Tourism in the employment spheres, and
  3. competently perform work in hotels, restaurants, theme parks, food processing and travel and tourism-related industries.


The Minor in Hospitality and Tourism Management requires a total of 18 credits, as follows:

  • HOM202    Hospitality & Tourism Management (3 cr.) 1
  • HOM203    Food & Beverage Concept Development (3 cr.)
  • HOM205    Lodging Management & Operations (3 cr.)
  • HOM321    Tourism Economic & Cultural Impact (3 cr.)
  • HOM217    Housekeeping Management & Operations (1 cr.)
  • HOM231    Wine, Spirits & Cigars (1 cr.)
  • HOM239    Business Etiquette & Protocol (1 cr.)
  • HOM250    Food Preparation I (3 cr.)

1 or  MGT201  Introduction to Management (3 cr.)