Interdisciplinary Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism Management
Certificate Program: 18 Credit Hours
Students can earn the Interdisciplinary Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism Management by completing the specific approved courses in the list below. Eighteen credit hours of study will be necessary to complete the certificate, with a “B” or better in each course. Students will also be required to obtain at least one industry certification (e.g., ServSafe, TIPS, Cvent) while in the program.
|Required Courses (9 credit hours):||9|
|Hospitality Industry Management I|
|Practical experience/internship (HNRM 4730, RECR 4790, or RECR 4830) for 3 credits|
|Elective Courses (9 credit hours; must take three of the following courses, of which one must be from HNRM and one from RECR)||9|
|Promoting the Hospitality Industry|
|Hospitality Industry Management II|
|Food and Beverage Operations|
|Hospitality Issues and Perspectives|
|Leadership and Programming in Leisure Services|
|Resort & Commercial Recreation Operations|
|Conference and Event Planning|
|Selected Topics in Recreation|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
Note: If RECR 4830 is used to fulfill the "practical experience" requirement under the Required Courses section, the course cannot also be used as an Elective Course for the purposes of this certificate.
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