A concentration is an opportunity to pursue, in depth, a subject or area of special interest to you. Beyond the enrichment a concentration provides, your transcript will reflect commitment to a particular area, which may be impressive to prospective employers. With the exception of International Hotel & Tourism Management majors, all students enrolled in Hospitality degrees must complete a concentration during their junior and senior years. When completing a concentration in The Hospitality College, you may not use required core courses (or their equivalent) from within their chosen major. Additionally, you may not apply the same course to different Hospitality College concentrations.
Hospitality majors have three concentration electives and two hospitality electives (with the exception of International Hotel & Tourism Management students). Catalog Course InformationDeclaring Your Concentration Consult with your faculty advisor in order to determine which concentration(s) will best further your career goals. You will then need to formally declare your concentration(s) by completing a concentration form in Student Academic & Financial Services. Transfer students who transfer in three or more hospitality elective courses are not required to use remaining electives toward a concentration. If you have further questions, consult the Concentrations FAQ.