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For those in the Online BBA, the minor consists of just 3 courses. Students receiving a minor in hospitality and tourism management will receive basic core knowledge in the discipline applicable to a number of settings. Graduates with minors in hospitality management have successfully entered a host of positions including, but not limited to: hotel & resort operations, hospitality marketing/digital marketing, revenue management, finance and asset management, commercial recreation/ecotourism/adventure travel, spa management, casino gaming, hospitality & tourism law, real estate development, theme park management, cruise line operations, restaurants/catering, and many others.
Core Courses: 9 credits
Take all of the following courses:
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|HFT 3003||Introduction to Hospitality Management||3|
|HFT 4240||Excellence in Guest Service Management||3|
|HFT 3741||Meetings & Events Management||3|
One of the courses for the minor will be offered each semester in OBBA so that you can proceed easily through the minor.
In addition to these 3 courses, candidates for the minor must document 500 work hours in a job in the hospitality industry any time from senior year in high school to the present.
- Hotel & Resort operations
- Hospitality marketing/digital marketing
- Commercial recreation/ecotourism/adventure travel
- Spa management
- Casino gaming
- Theme park management
- Cruise line operations
- Restaurant management
Tranferring from Broward College?
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