Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management - Undergraduate Minor
A minor in the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management consists of 18 or more credit hours of approved course work of which at least 12 must be numbered 300 or higher: all completed with a grade of "C" or higher.
|HRTM 221||Introduction to Hospitality Management||3|
|HRTM 302||Hospitality Management Accounting||3|
|Choose one additional HRTM course (200-level):||3|
|Introduction to Tourism||3|
|Hotel Operations I||3|
|Food Production and Service Fundamentals||3|
|Choose nine credits of 300- or 400-level courses:||9|
|Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Marketing||3|
|Hospitality and Travel Law||3|
|Hospitality Leadership Management||3|
|Quantity Food Production and Service||4|
|HRTM Internship Seminar||1|
|Hospitality Cost Control||3|
|Restaurant Operations Management||4|
|Club Management and Marketing||3|
|Hospitality Facilities Management||3|
|Hotel Operations II||3|
|Hotel Revenue and Sales Management||3|
|Meetings, Conventions and Special Events||3|
Please note that some courses have prerequisites that you may not have taken. Please see the HRTM Director or a HRTM Faculty Mentor to approve your plan for completing the minor and approval to take specific classes.
Students wishing to perform a HRTM internship as part of the minor must take the full sequence of internship courses: HRTM 307 Professional Development, HRTM 408 Hospitality Internship, and HRTM 409 HRTM Internship Seminar.