Tourism Management Minor
College of Education, Health, and Human Services
304 White Hall
The Tourism Management minor prepares students to specialize in tourism service management and sustainable destination development relative to their careers. The minor provides students with the necessary skills for entrepreneurial success within the tourism industry. Exciting career opportunities exist in resorts, theme parks, special events, convention and visitors bureaus, regional planning, urban renewal, ecotourism, outdoor adventures, sport tourism and cultural tourism. The program provides students knowledge, skills and abilities through coursework and hands-on field-based experiences.
|TOURISM MANAGEMENT MINOR REQUIREMENTS (18 credits)|
|RPTM||26060||Introduction to Global Tourism||3|
|26081||Principles of Outdoor Recreation||3|
|36040||Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Leisure Services||3|
|36060||Commercial Recreation and Tourism||3|
|46000||Tourism Development and Recreational Travel||3|
|SPAD||45022||Event Planning and Production||3|
Minimum 2.25 GPA in the minor required for graduation.