Hospitality and Tourism Management, Minor
Offered in: Chicago
A minor in Hospitality and Tourism Management is available to non-Hospitality majors only such as Business or Integrated Marketing Communication. Any major that can accommodate the requirements is welcome to declare this minor.
Students interested in this minor should consult with the School of Hospitality & Tourism Management regarding the rotation of classes. It typically takes three semesters to complete this sequence.
Students may complete a minor by taking 18 credit hours of hospitality and tourism management courses, 15 of which must be Roosevelt University courses.
Students pursuing this minor should be advised on course selection by a hospitality management advisor.
All courses must be passed with grades of C or higher. These courses include:
|HOSM 201||INTRODUCTION TO THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY||3|
|HOSM 275||HOSPITALITY LAW||3|
|or BLAW 201||BUSINESS LAW I|
|HOSM 300||MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FOR THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY||3|
|Three 300-level hospitality and tourism management electives||9|
|Total Credit Hours||18|