Hospitality Management Minor
College of Education, Health, and Human Services
304 White Hall
The Hospitality Management minor is for students interested in a foundational knowledge of restaurants, hotels, private clubs, non-commercial food-service organizations and other hospitality organizations. Students in the minor may pursue specific areas of interest tied to the management of selected hospitality properties or management of events within hospitality organizations.
|HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT MINOR REQUIREMENTS (23-27 credits)|
|ACCT||23020||Introduction to Financial Accounting||3|
|HM||13024||Introduction to Hospitality Management||2|
|43030||Food Service Systems Management*F||3|
|43032||Food Production and Service Management*S||3|
|43092||Practicum in Hospitality Management||3|
|Choose from the following:
|HM||33020||Legal Issues in the Hospitality Industry (3)|
|33026||Hospitality Cost Control and Analysis (5)|
|33029||Catering and Banquet Preparation and Service (5)|
|33035||Hospitality Service Quality Management (3)|
|33036||Club Management (3)|
|33040||Hotel Convention Group Sales and Services (3)|
|41095||Special Topics in Hospitality Management (1-4)|
|43029||Hospitality Financial Policy (3)|
|43043||Hospitality Meetings Management (4)|
|RPTM||36060||Commercial Recreation and Tourism (3)|
F-Course offered only in fall semester
S-Course offered only in spring semester
* Students may register for HM 43030 and 43032 (with permission) without completion of the prerequisite courses.
Students are encouraged to declare the minor with a minimum of three to four semesters remaining before graduation and should meet with a faculty advisor to plan their course of study.
Minimum 2.50 GPA required for admission to the minor. Minimum 2.75 GPA in the minor required for graduation.