Management Major, BBA - Hospitality and Tourism Management Concentration (NYC)

The Hospitality and Tourism Management concentration prepares students for management careers in the hospitality and tourism industry. Students acquire skills in the areas of hotel, restaurant, and tourism management; business management; accounting; cost control and analysis; law; human resources; strategy; and e- commerce. They also learn how to analyze and respond as managers to changing laws; union activities; cultural, social, and environmental issues; and domestic and international trends in the hospitality and tourism industry as a whole. Since Hospitality and Tourism Management is a specialized area of study, the requirements for this concentration are more extensive than those for the other management areas.

Requirements

University Core (53 Credits)

Lubin majors are required to complete the Foundation Requirements including MAT 104, and CIS 101 or TS 105. The four courses (13 credits) required as part of the Lubin Foundation Requirement in Quantitative Reasoning are applied to the University Core Areas of Knowledge (AOK) requirement as an In-depth Sequence in Quantitative Reasoning, and MAT 117 satisfies one course in AOK- HSN (AOK5). Therefore, Lubin majors are required to complete only one course from each of the four Areas of Knowledge.

(See University Core Requirements for Lubin Students p. for more details)

Lubin Foundation Requirement in Quantitative Reasoning (13 Credits)

The Lubin Foundation Requirement in Quantitative Reasoning is made up of the four courses (13 credits) in mathematics and economics listed below. All courses are applied to University Core as indicated above.
ECO 105Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics

3 credits

ECO 106Principles of Economics: Microeconomics

3 credits

MAT 111Elementary Calculus I

3 credits

MAT 117Elementary Statistics

4 credits

(See Lubin Foundation Requirement in Quantitative Reasoning p. for more details)

Business Core (29 Credits)

BUS 150Contemporary Business Practice

3 credits

ACC 203Financial Accounting

4 credits

ACC 204Managerial Accounting

4 credits

FIN 260Financial Management

3 credits

LAW 101Business Law I

3 credits

MAR 250Principles of Marketing

3 credits

MGT 250Managerial and Organizational Concepts

3 credits

MGT 355Management Science and Production Management Concepts

3 credits

MGT 490Business Strategy

3 credits

(See Business Core Requirements.)

Major Requirements (26-27 Credits)

MGT 250Managerial and Organizational Concepts

3 credits

MGT 355Management Science and Production Management Concepts

3 credits

MGT 490Business Strategy

3 credits

(MGT 250, MGT 355 and MGT 490 (9 credits) are applied to the Business Core.)

Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) Concentration (26-27 Credits)

Required Concentration Courses (15 Credits)

LAW 316Legal Environment of Hospitality and Tourism

3 credits

MGT 306Service Management

3 credits

MGT 307Hotel Management

3 credits

MGT 308Travel and Tourism Management

3 credits

MGT 309Restaurant and Foodservices Management

3 credits

MGT 308 satisfies Civic Engagement CE (AOK I) requirement.

Hospitality and Tourism Management Electives (11-12 Credits)

Select FOUR courses from the following:

MGT 310Standards of Safety in Hospitality and Tourism

2 credits

MGT 311Hospitality and Tourism Technology and Design

3 credits

MGT 312Event Management

3 credits

MGT 313Cruise Industry Management

3 credits

MGT 347International Management Field Study

3 credits

MGT 362Human Resources Management

3 credits

MGT 393Hospitality and Tourism Management Internship

3 credits

MGT 495Business Honors Program Senior Thesis in Management

3 credits

Open Electives (19-20 Credits)

Includes UNV 101 (1 credit) for first-year students.

Total Credit Hours: 128

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