Hospitality Management Minor

for the Undergraduate Minor in Hospitality Management

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The Hospitality Management minor prescribes courses that meet the professional needs of the hospitality industry including hotels and food service operations and is comprised of 18 hours of hospitality related coursework. The minor is designed for students interested in expanding their knowledge and application of management principles, with a focus on the unique application in the field of hospitality. A minor in Hospitality Management would benefit those students who intend to pursue careers in the hospitality or customer service industries. This minor is not appropriate for students pursuing the FSHN concentration in Hospitality Management.

for the Undergraduate Minor in Hospitality Management

No GPA minimum.
Courses in the minor cannot be completed credit/no credit. 

Courses required for minor in Hospitality Management
FSHN 140Introduction to Hospitality3
FSHN 345Strategic Operations Management3
FSHN 346Foundations of Hotel Management3
FSHN 441Services Management3
FSHN 442Hospitality Management & Leadership Skills3
Select a minimum of 4 credit hours from the following:
Intro Hospitality Management
Food Service Sanitation
Food Production and Service
Foundations in Beverage Management: Introduction to Wine, Beer and Spirits
Meat Production and Marketing
Management of Fine Dining
Training and Development
Total Credit Hours Required18