Hospitality and Tourism Management Minor

The HTM minor allows students to enhance their major degrees with exposure to a program that prepares students for local and global hospitality and tourism careers. The required courses provide students an overview of the foundational elements of the industry, while the elective courses offer more in-depth exposure to the various sectors within the industry.

The minor consists of 18 credit hours, comprised of four upper-division courses (12 hours), one lower division course (3 hours), and an elective (3 hours).

Required Courses (15 credit hours)
HTM 200 – Intro to Hospitality and Tourism Management (3)
HTM 310 – Global Leadership for HTM Professionals (3)
HTM 350 – Hospitality and Tourism Management (3)
HTM 315 - Hospitality and Tourism Marketing (3)
HTM 435 – Quality Service Management (3)

Elective Courses (3 credit hours)
HTM 210 – Food and Beverage Service Management (3)
HTM 220 – Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, and Events (3)
HTM 330 – Cruise Operations Management (3)
HTM 410 – Sustainable and Eco-Tourism (3)
HTM 440 – Lodging Management (3)
HTM 445 – Financial Reporting (3)