Associate of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management

Course Title Credits
General Education
Writing, Speaking, Math and Physical Education Competencies: 14-16 credits
ENGLISH 1130College Writing I3-4
or ENGLISH 1040 Studio College Writing I
ENGLISH 1230College Writing II3
MATH 1830Elementary Statistics3
HHP 1000Fitness Assessment and Management1-2
or HHP 1650 Fitness for Life
HHP 1010-1450Physical Activity
SPEECH 1060Speech Communication for Professionals3
World Languages: Maximum 4 credits 10-4
Humanities; Fine Arts; Historical Perspectives: 9 credits
HumanitiesPHLSPHY 2550 strongly recommended3
Fine ArtsThree-Credit Course3
HistoryThree-Credit Course3
Social Sciences: 6 credits
ECONOMIC 2130Principles of Macroeconomics (Social Science)3
ECONOMIC 2230Principles of Microeconomics (Social Science)3
Natural Sciences: 4 credits
Natural ScienceMust be a lab course4
Global Studies/Ethnic Studies/Gender Studies: 3-9 credits
Global StudiesBUSADMIN 1300 required3
Ethnic StudiesBUSADMIN 3340 recommended3
Gender StudiesBUSADMIN 3340 recommended3
Major Courses: 14 credits
BUSADMIN 1010Principles of Hospitality Organizational Management3
BUSADMIN 1220Principles of Food Service Operations3
BUSADMIN 1350Lodging Systems3
BUSADMIN 2610Hospitality Employee Supervision3
BUSADMIN 2990Business & Entrepreneurship Experiential Learning1
BUSADMIN 1810Microsoft Excel for Business1
Required 2-course Approved Sequence: 6 credits
ACCTING 2010Financial Accounting3
ACCTING 2020Management Accounting3
Elective Courses 2
BUSADMIN 2100Supply Chain Management (Recommended) 33
BUSADMIN 2630Introduction to Marketing (Recommended) 33
BUSADMIN 2010Business Communication (Recommended) 33
Total Credits 462

World Languages may be satisfied with 1 year High School world language with a C or better average or 1-2 semesters college level world language with a C or better (4 credits total); may be waived for online degree students (exclusions may apply).  


Elective credits may be needed to reach the minimum 62 credits required. 


Recommended elective course for students planning to continue toward a bachelors degree.


All courses may not be available at all campuses and/or in all formats.