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Core Courses (number of credits in parentheses)
HADM 1350 (2): Introduction to Hotel Operations
HADM 1360 (2): Introduction to Food Service Operations
HADM 2010 (3): Hospitality Quantitative Analysis
HADM 3010 (3): Service Operations Management
HADM 3350 (4): Restaurant Management
Management and Organizational Behavior; Human-Resource Management
HADM 1150 (3): Organizational Behavior and Interpersonal Skills
HADM 2810 (3): Human Resource Management
Finance/Accounting; Real Estate Development
HADM 1210 (3): Financial Accounting
HADM 2210 (3): Managerial Accounting
HADM 2220 (3): Finance
HADM 3210 (3): Hospitality Financial Management
Food and Beverage Management
HADM 2360 (4): Culinary Theory and Practice
Marketing, Tourism, and Strategy
HADM 1410 (3): Microeconomics for the Service Industry
HADM 2430 (3): Marketing Management for Services
HADM 4410 (3): Strategic Management
Facilities Management, Planning and Design
HADM 2550 (3): Hospitality Development and Planning
HADM 3550 (3): Hospitality Facilities Management
HADM 1650 (3): Management Communication I
HADM 3650 (3): Management Communication II
HADM 1740 (3): Business Computing
HADM 2750 (2): Introduction to Information Systems Management
HADM 3870 (3): Business and Hospitality Law
Total Core 65
SHA Electives 13*
Distributive Electives 18**
- First Year Writing Seminar (3 credit hours) is required and will count toward distributive electives.
Free Electives 24***
Total Program 120
Note: Physical education does not count toward your total credit hours earned for graduation.
Note: All core courses must be taken for a letter grade. SHA Electives also must be taken for a letter grade unless only offered as S-U basis (such as HADM 4300).
See: Satisfactory-Unsatisfactory Grades
* A minimum of 12 credits, 3000-level or higher, in the School of Hotel Administration.
** A minimum of 18 credits, to be taken outside the School of Hotel Administration. Online courses may not be taken during the fall or spring semester will not count toward Distributive Electives. Students must take a minimum of 3 credit hours in Humanities/Languages/Fine Arts/Performing Arts, Social Sciences, and Biological and Physical Sciences/Mathematics.
*** A minimum of 24 credits, to be taken either in or outside the School of Hotel Administration.