Communication

EVENT MANAGEMENT

Major Requirements: (48 credits)
HEM 101 Hospitality Management                      3
HEM 102 Fundamentals of Special Events              3
HEM 201 Strategies for Meeting Planning            3
HEM 202 Convention Sales and Group Planning       3
HEM 210  Food and Beverage Management              3
HEM 299 Field Experience I           3
HEM 301  Advanced Special Event Management 3
HEM 303  Law and Ethics in Hospitality *AI (ME) 3
HEM 312  Global Issues in Hospitality *AI (MC) 3
HEM 321 Revenue Management and Technology   3
HEM 330 International Event Planning         3
HEM 401 Managing Quality in Hospitality  3
HEM 406 Hospitality Operations Strategy  3
HEM 498 Seminar in Hospitality   3
HEM 499 Internship 6
Additional Requirements: (34-35 credits)
BUSS 201 Financial Accounting                       4
BUSS 220 Marketing         3
BUSS 224 Organizational Behavior 3
BUSS 336 Human Resource Management 3
Econ 101 Microeconomics 3
Math 208 Introduction to Statistics 3
SMGT 301 Sport Facility and Event Management 3
Choose one of the following: AI(PS) 
PSYCH 101 Introductions to Psychology 3
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3

Choose three of the following courses:                       

BUSS 202 Managerial Accounting 4
BUSS 231 Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation  3
BUSS 236 Career Planning and Development 3
BUSS 324 E-Business  3
BUSS 332 Cross Cultural Management 3
BUSS 334  Non-profit Management 3
BUSS 422  Global Marketing 3
HEM 103  Economic Development and Tourism Management 3
HEM 205 Private Club Management 3
HEM 206  Lodging Managemen 3
HEM 207 Resort and Casino Management 3
HEM 399 Field Experience II 3
HEM 404  Advanced Resort and Casino Management 3
COM 208 Introduction to Public Relations 3
COM 303 Nonprofit Public Relations 3
SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I 3
SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II 3

General Education Core Requirements and remaining Unrestricted Electives**         (37-38 credits)

Minimum Credits Required for Graduation                                                                         120

 

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
 
Major Requirements:
(42 credits)
HEM 101
Hospitality Management 3
HEM 103
Economic Development and Tourism Management  3
HEM 206
Lodging Management 3
HEM 210
Food and Beverage Management 3
HEM 299
Field Experience I  3
HEM 303
Law and Ethics in Hospitality *AI (ME) 3
HEM 312
Global Issues in Hospitality *AI (MC) 3
HEM 321
Revenue Management and Technology 3
HEM 399
Field Experience II 3
HEM 401
Managing Quality in Hospitality 3
HEM 406
Hospitality Operations Strategy 3
HEM 498
Seminar in Hospitality 3
HEM 499 Internship 6
Additional Requirements:
(34 credits)
BUSS 201
Financial Accounting 4
BUSS 220
Marketing 3
BUSS 224
Organizational Behavior 3
BUSS 336
Human Resource Management 3
Econ 101
Microeconomics 3
Math 208
Introduction to Statistics 3
Choose one of the following: AI(PS)
PSYCH 101
Introductions to Psychology 3
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology  3
Choose four of the following courses:
HEM 102
Fundamentals of Special Events 3
HEM 207
Resort and Casino Management 3
BUSS 202
Managerial Accounting 3
HEM 205
Private Club Management 3
BUSS 231
Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation 3
BUSS 236
Career Planning and Development 3
BUSS 315
Emerging Global Markets 3
BUSS 324
E-Business 3
BUSS 332 
Cross Cultural Management 3
BUSS 422
Global Marketing 3
HEM 201
Strategies for Meeting Planning 3
HEM 202
Convention Sales and Group Planning 3
HEM 214
Ecotourism 3
HEM 301
Advanced Special Event Management 3
HEM 310
Event Sponsorship 3
HEM 330
International Event Planning 3
HEM 404
Advanced Resort and Casino Management 3
SMGT 301
Sport Facility and Event Management 3
SPAN 101
Elementary Spanish I 3
SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II  3
General Education Core Requirements and remaining Unrestricted Electives**         (44 credits)
Minimum credits required for graduation                                                                            120

 

RESORT AND CASINO MANAGEMENT
Major Requirements:
(48 credits)
HEM 101
Hospitality Management 3
HEM 207
Resort and Casino Management 3
HEM 206
Lodging Management 3
HEM 210
Food and Beverage Management 3
HEM 299
Field Experience I 3
HEM 312
Global Issues in Hospitality *AI (MC) 3
HEM 321
Revenue Management and Technology 3
HEM 302
Casino Regulation and Security 3
HEM 303
Law and Ethics in Hospitality 3
HEM 307
Technology in Casino Operations 3
HEM 401
Managing Quality in Hospitality 3
HEM 402
Advanced Resort and Casino Management 3
HEM 406
Hospitality Operations Strategy 3
HEM 498 Seminar in Hospitality 3
HEM 499 Internship

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Additional Requirements:                                                                                         

(31 credits)

BUSS 201

Financial Accounting 4

BUSS 220

Marketing 3

BUSS 224

Organizational Behavior 3

BUSS 336

Human Resource Management 3

Econ 101

Microeconomics 3

Math 208

Introduction to Statistics 3
Choose one of the following: AI(PS)
PSYCH 101
Introductions to Psychology 3
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
Choose three from the following list:
HEM 103
Economic Development and Tourism Management 3
HEM 211
Tourism Destinations 3
BUSS 236
Career Planning and Development 3
BUSS 315 
Emerging Global Markets 3
BUSS 332
Cross Cultural Management 3
BUSS 422
Global Marketing 3
HEM 102
Fundamentals of Special Events 3
HEM 201
Strategies for Meeting Planning 3
HEM 202 Convention Sales and Group Planning 3
HEM 301 Advanced Special Event Management 3
HEM 399 Field Experience II 3
SPAN 101
Elementary Spanish I   3
SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II 3
General Education Core Requirements and remaining Unrestricted Electives**         (41 credits)
Minimum credits required for graduation                                                                                         120

 

 


                                                                                                                           

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