B.B.A. – Concentration in Hospitality Management and Tourism

The B.B.A. program with a concentration in Hospitality Management and Tourism is designed to advance students in their careers after having studied in depth the foundation of this comprehensive and rapidly growing industry. All courses emphasize many facets of running a dynamic business through critical analysis of pertinent fundamentals, case studies set in a world with shifting boundaries, and the demands that professional management imposes. The student who majors in Hospitality Management and Tourism may choose from a variety of courses that offers the mechanics of and insights into this field. Students must take the following:

Course Number Course Name UNITS
G.E. REQUIREMENTS Refer to G.E. Requirement List 56
AC102A General Accounting 1 4
AC102B General Accounting 2 4
BL101 Business Law 1 4
BU200 Principles of Management 4
BU250 Small Business Management 4
BU350 Finance 4
BU370 Business and Economics Statistics 4
BU420 Financial Management 4
EC201 Microeconomics 4
EC202 Microeconomics 4
IS100 Introduction to Computer Information Systems 4
MK200 Principles of Marketing 4
HM100 Introduction to Tourism and Hotel Management 4
HM120 Food and Beverage Operations 4
HM160 Tourism and Hospitality Management Law 4
HM200 Hospitality Information Technology 4
HM220 Supervision in the Hospitality Industry 4
HM250 Strategic Management in the Hospitality Industry 4
HM300 Marketing Hospitality and Tourism 4
HM350 Management of Domestic and International Tourism 4
HM420 Financial Analysis in Hospitality Management 4
HM450 Human Resources Management in the Hospitality Industry 4
ELECTIVE COURSES Refer to Elective Course List 36
Choose eleven Student may choose any appropriate computer science, information systems, or business related courses (Refer to B.B.A. Elective Course List ).