Do you love the outdoors, travel and enriching peoples' lives? If yes, then earning a degree in Business Administration with a specialization in tourism and hospitality management at BHSU is exactly what you are looking for.
Graduates from the tourism and hospitality management program enter careers that include: travel guide, concierge, travel coordinator, hotel manager, tour guide. With a degree in tourism and hospitality management, you will enter into one of the mot exciting and engaging fields.
The benefits of earning this degree from BHSU include:
- Credibility:The BHSU School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). www.bhsu.edu/aacsb
- Faculty:BHSU has experienced business faculty who will guide you throughout the program.
- Relevant:Guest Lecturers include experts in the tourism and hospitality management field from a state that welcomes thousands of tourists each year.
- Experiential:BHSU offers internships and field trips that will give you a hands-on experience and competitive edge in the marketplace.
- Involvement:The opportunity to join the Travel and Tourism Club on campus -- an active and engaging student organization dedicated to tourism and hospitality management.
Tourism & Hospitality Management Course Requirements
Pre-Business Core - 24 semester hours
- ACCT 210 - Principles of Accounting I
- ACCT 211 - Principles of Accounting II
- BADM 320 - Quantitative Decision Analysis
- BADM 344 - Managerial Communications
- ECON 201 - Principles of Microeconomics
- ECON 202 - Principles of Macroeconomics
- MATH 281 - Introduction to Statistics
- MIS 205 - Advanced Computer Applications
Business Core - 33 semester hours
- 300/400 level ECON elective
- BADM 310 - Business Finance
- BADM 321 - Business Statistics II
- BADM 350 - Legal Environment of Business
- BADM 360 - Organization and Management
- BADM 370 - Marketing
- BADM 407 - International Business
- BADM 425 - Production/Operations Management
- BADM 457 - Business Ethics
- BADM 482 - Business Policy and Strategy
- MIS 325 - Management Information Systems
Specialization in Tourism and Hospitality Management - 18 semester hours
- THM 100 - Introduction to Tourism & Hospitality Management
- THM 200 - Convention, Meetings, & Event Planning
- THM 310 - Restaurant Management
- THM 320 - Lodging Management
- THM 410 - Tourism Management
- THM 480 - Tourism Planning & Development
A minor is NOT required with this major but electives are required to total 120 hours, of which 36 hours must be 300-400 level courses.