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(18 Credits)

The minor in hospitality, resort, and tourism management prepares students majoring in non-business degree programs for supervisory positions in the tourism industry. Emphasis is placed on management, marketing and other special topics relevant to supervisors in resort destination areas. Students completing the hospitality, resort, and tourism management minor will have competencies in the basic managerial, marketing and information system application in hospitality and tourism businesses. Additionally, they will be able to respond to challenges facing hospitality and tourism business supervisors in a resort destination area.

Hospitality, Resort and Tourism Management Minor Curriculum
Required Courses (12 credit hours)    
CBAD 301 Management and Organizations  3
CBAD 350 Marketing 3
HRTM 101 Introduction to Resort Tourism Management 3
HRTM 393 Management Information Systems (=CBAD 393)  3
Electives (6 credit hours)
Choose two from the following:
HRTM 230 Introductory Resort Tourism Internship 3
HRTM 282 Survey of Food and Beverage Management (=PGMP 282)  3
HRTM 385 Current Issues in Resort Tourism 3
HRTM 387 Conventions and Event Management 3

Have questions? Contact:

Taylor Damonte, Ph.D.
Professor of Hospitality, Resort and Tourism Management
Director, Clay Brittain Jr. Center for Resort Tourism
Wall College of Business 301

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