Bachelor of Science in Hospitality & Tourism Management
Graduating with a BS in Hospitality & Tourism Management from the Isenberg School of Management ensures our students have the competitive business skills essential for success - blending innovate technology with coursework that simulates real-world business experiences.
Our undergraduate curriculum instills core business knowledge, as well as perspectives that embrace the global economy, sustainability and socially responsible decision making. Students will gain a firm business foundation while also exploring topics related to their majors and taking electives that complement their academic pursuits.
General Education Courses: Approximately 10-12 courses. General Education courses provide you with a common, broad-based, well-rounded experience by exposing you to a variety of curriculum areas. These separate but complementary experiences will give you a quality education, putting you on a path for an exciting career and a productive life.
Isenberg Core Courses: Business courses designed to build competency in core skills such as microeconomics, macroeconomics, linear methods and probability for business, statistics, corporate finance and fundamentals of marketing.
Major Required Courses: 14 required courses for completion, see major checklist below.