Hotel & Lodging Management Course Listings

FSM1065 Food Safety and Sanitation Management* 1.5
FSM2085 Hotel Food and Beverage Operations 4.5
FSM2095 Hotel Food and Beverage Controls 4.5
FSM4060 Hospitality Operations Management 9.0
HOSP1001 The Hospitality Field 4.5
HOSP1008 Customer/Guest Service Management 4.5
HOSP1010 Front Office Management 4.5
HOSP2030 Hospitality Human Resources & Diversity Leadership 4.5
HOSP2011 Hospitality Sales & Meeting Management 4.5
HOSP2099 Hotel Internship 13.5
HOSP3033 Hospitality Property Operations 4.5
HOSP3077 Revenue Management 4.5
HOSP3050 Hospitality Strategic Marketing 4.5
HOSP4060 Hospitality Management Seminar 4.5
Hospitality Concentr. Three courses selected from declared concentration. Some study abroad programs offer completion of a Hospitality concentration. 4.5
Choose one of the following:  9.0 
Hospitality Electives Two courses with an EHSP attribute selected from offerings within the Hospitality College**
Second Hospitality concentration (with use of one free elective). Some study abroad programs offer completion of a Hospitality concentration.
Study Abroad (with use of one free elective)
Second internship (with use of one free elective).
ACCT1011 Hospitality Accounting I and Lab 5.5
ACCT1012 Hospitality Accounting II and Labs 5.5
ACCT3025 Hospitality Financial Management 4.5
CAR0010  Career Capstone  1.0
LAW2010 Hospitality Law 4.5
CSL1001 Community Service-Learning 1.0
ECON1001 Macroeconomics 4.5
ECON2002 Microeconomics 4.5
ENG1001 An Introduction to Literary Genres  4.5
ENG1020 English Composition  4.5
ENG1021 Adv. Composition & Communication 4.5
ENG1030  Communication Skills  4.5 
LEAD2001 Foundations of Leadership Studies 4.5
PSYC2001 Introductory Psychology 4.5
SPAN1011 Conversational Spanish I: Specialized Vocabulary 4.5
Math One math course at the MATH1002 level or higher 4.5
Science One Science course 4.5
History One HIST course (except HIST4030) 4.5
Electives Two courses with an EASC attribute selected from offerings within the School of Arts & Sciences or any other general studies courses 9.0
One course selected from 1002-4999 numbered offerings within the university (except ACCT1005, CJS1002, MGMT2001). It is important to save this elective if you plan to participate in a Hospitality study abroad program. 4.5

* Students must pass a national exam that is recognized by the Conference for Food Protection as a graduation requirement.
** Elective courses allow students to enhance their education by earning a second concentration or by participating in a career co-op or in a study abroad program. Students use two Hospitality Electives and one Free Elective toward this option.

NOTES: Students must have MATH0001 (Basic Mathematics) or equivalent placement scores to enroll in the math requirement.

Students must earn a performance transcript writing assessment of “validated” or “mastered” in order to graduate with a bachelor’s degree.

Study Abroad programs may satisfy a variety of History, Sociology, English and other elective requirements. Visit the Study Abroad Office for details.