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Hospitality and Tourism Management Major Requirements

Degree: Bachelor of Science

Credit Hours: 60+

"PR" indicates a pre-requisite. "CO" indicates a co-requisite.

Courses within this major may also satisfy general education requirements. Please consult http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu for more information.

Required Courses

ACCT 203

Financial Accounting (3) PR: Sophomore standing

ACCT 204

Managerial Accounting (3) PR: Sophomore standing; ACCT 203

BLAW 205

Legal Environment of Business (3) PR: Sophomore standing

DSCI 232

Business Statistics (3) PR: MATH 104 or 250

DSCI 320

Management Information Systems (3) PR ACCT 203,204, DSCI 232, MATH 104/250; junior standing

ECON 200

Principles of Microeconomics (3) PR: None

ECON 201

Principles of Macroeconomics (3) PR: ECON 200

FINC 303

Business Finance (3) PR: ACCT 203, 204, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104/250; junior standing

HTMT 210

Principles & Practices in Hospitality & Tourism (3) PR: None

HTMT 352

Service Operations Management (3) PR HTMT 210; junior standing

HTMT 444

Hospitality Management Internship (3) PR: Senior standing; declared major in HTMT or instructor permission

HTMT 488

Strategic Hospitality and Tourism Management (3) PR: ACCT 203, 204, DSCI 232, ECON 200, 201, MGMT 301, MKTG 302, FINC 303, HTMT 210, 352; senior standing

MATH 104

Introductory Statistics (3) PR: MATH 101 or placement

OR

 

MATH 250

Statistical Methods I (3) PR: MATH 105 with a C- or better or MATH 111 or MATH 120 or instructor permission

MATH 105

Calculus for Business and the Social Sciences (3) PR: MATH 101 or placement

OR

 

MATH 120

Introductory Calculus (4) PR: C- or better in MATH 111 or placement

MGMT 301

Management and Organizational Behavior (3) PR: junior standing

MKTG 302

Marketing Concepts (3) PR: ECON 200, 201; junior standing

At least 12 credit hours to be chosen from the following courses:

HTMT 310

Current Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Management (1-3) PR: HTMT 210; junior standing; or department chair permission

HTMT 350

Hospitality and Tourism Marketing (3) PR: Junior standing; HTMT210; MKTG 302 or ARTM 370; or instructor permission

HTMT 351

Hotel Management (3) PR: HTMT 210; junior standing

HTMT 353

Hospitality Sales and Negotiations (3) PR: HTMT 350 or MKTG 302; junior standing

HTMT 354

Hospitality and Tourism Technology (3) PR: Junior standing

HTMT 355

Negotiations: Principles and Practices (3) PR: HTMT 352 or instructor permission

HTMT 360

Special Topics in Hospitality & Tourism (1-3) PR: Junior standing; other pre-requisites depending on topics

HTMT 361

Meeting and Conventions Management (3) PR: HTMT 210, ACCT 203; junior standing

HTMT 362

Events Management (3) PR: HTMT 210, ACCT 203; junior standing

HTMT 370

Foodservice Enterprise: Design & Development (3) PR: HTMT 210; junior standing

HTMT 372

Foodservice Operations Analysis (3) PR: HTMT 210; junior standing

HTMT 399

Tutorial (3; repeatable up to 12) PR: Tutor and department chair permission; junior standing

HTMT 420

Independent Study (3) PR: Junior standing; written agreement with instructor and chair

HTMT 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: Senior standing

MGMT 307*

Human Resource Management (3) PR: MGMT 301; junior standing

MGMT 308*

Managing Diversity (3) PR: Junior standing

REAL 310*

Principles of Real Estate (3) PR: Junior standing

Note: *Only one of these courses can be used as an upper-level elective.

Notes:

  • The School of Business strongly encourages students to complete the following courses by the end of their sophomore year: ACCT 203, 204; DSCI 232; ECON 200, 201; MATH 104 or 250 and MATH 105 or 120. These courses are pre-requisites for many upper level junior and senior business and economics courses.
  • The business and accounting programs offered by the School of Business is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).