HTM Departmental Requirements

Isenberg School of Management Requirements

  •  Accounting 221-Introduction to Accounting
  •  Finance and Operations Management 301-Corporation Finance
  •  Marketing 301-Fundamentals of Marketing
  •  School of Management 210-Intro Computing (or COMPSCI 105)
  •  School of Management 310-Junior Year Writing

HTM Core Course Requirements

  •  HT-MGT 100 Introduction
  •  HT-MGT 150 Food Production Management
  •  HT-MGT 240 Rooms Division Management
  •  HT-MGT 260 Personnel Management in HTM
  •  HT-MGT 320 Hospitality and Tourism Law
  •  HT-MGT 355 Menu & Food Production
  •  HT-MGT 370 Managerial Accounting for Hospitality


Cap Stone Requirements

In addition to the HTM Core courses, students are required to declare and take one of these courses:

  •  HT-MGT 433 Tourism Policy and Planning
  •  HT-MGT 444 Advanced Management
  •  HT-MGT 455 Critical Issues in Food Service

    HTM Upper-level Electives - 15 Credits 

    Select HTM courses numbered 300-499 or SOM 350 Professional Ethics in Contemporary Society. You have the flexibility to pick and choose courses from the following interest areas which are listed below (ex. Casino, Club, Food/Beverage, Lodging, and Tourism/Convention/Event).

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    Requirements for Graduation

    All four-year students in the University must satisfy the following requirements for graduation:

    * Successful completion of a minimum of 120 semester hours of academic credit.

    * Successful completion of a minimum of 45 Residency Credits.

    * Successful completion of all General Education requirements and all Departmental requirements.

    * A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or above, in the University and the major.

    Course Loads

    A student must take a minimum of 12 semester hours in order to be classified as a full-time degree student. The normal load is considered to be 15. If a student takes more than 19 semester hours, approval must be granted by the Undergraduate Advisor and the Academic Dean of the School. Overloads can be approved only at the beginning of each semester.