Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management
Transform your passion for hospitality and tourism into a journey of discovery and success. Enroll now and open the door to a world of endless opportunities and unforgettable experiences.
Sept | Jan
40 months / 4 years
120 American credits
WHAT are You Going to Learn?
- WELCOME THE WORLD: Dive into the heart of Tourism and Hospitality, gaining skills that open doors to captivating cultures and global adventures.
- CRAFTING MEMORABLE EXPERIENCES: Learn to curate unforgettable moments for travelers, blending artful hospitality with strategic tourism insights.
- TRENDS THAT SHAPE TOURISM: Stay at the forefront of industry trends, using the latest research to innovate and redefine the future of travel experiences.
- CULTURAL FUSION EXPERTISE: Learn the art of bridging cultures, catering to diverse travelers' desires while championing cross-cultural understanding.
- STRATEGIES FOR TRAVEL TRIUMPH: Develop winning business models for various destinations, turning your passion for tourism into a flourishing career.
- NAVIGATE GLOBAL LANDSCAPES: Seamlessly orchestrate resources and operations across international settings, becoming a force in tourism and hospitality.
- ETHICS IN EVERY ENCOUNTER: Embrace ethical practices that resonate with responsible tourism, leaving a positive impact on the world and its communities.
- SKILLS FOR TOURISTIC SUCCESS: Hone your communication, teamwork, and independent learning abilities, ensuring you're primed for a dynamic tourism future.
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Required General Education Courses
|AR 222||Art History||3|
|PSY 1021||General Psychology||3|
|HI 226||European History – Napoleonic Period to President||3|
|FR/GE/SP 101||Beginning Foreign Language 1||3|
|MGF 1107**||College Mathematics||3|
|FR/GE/SP 102||Beginning Foreign Language 2||3|
|MA 172**||Applied Mathematics||3|
|EN 111||English Composition: Expository Writing||3|
|IR 221**||Introduction to International Relations||3|
|EN 112**||English: Research and Writing||3|
|SO 137||Science and Society||3|
|PS 221||Introduction to Political Science||3|
Required Core Courses
|ACG 2001**||Accounting I||3|
|IT 103||Application of Computers||3|
|BA 261||Principles of Business Law||3|
|BA 341**||Business Finance||3|
|HM 103**||Introduction to Tourism & Hospitality||3|
|HM 187**||Front Office Management||3|
|BA 401**||Human Resources Management||3|
|HM 210**||Food & Beverage Management||3|
|BA 427||Marketing Management||3|
|HM 423**||Convention & Event Management||3|
|GEB 1350**||Introduction to International Business||3|
|EN 200**||Cross Cultural Communications||3|
|ECO 2013**||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|BA 322**||International Marketing||3|
|MAR 2011**||Principles of Marketing||3|
|HM 451**||Leadership & Management in Hospitality & Tourism||3|
|ECO 2023**||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|HM 499||Internship Approved by Provost||3|
|ACG 2011**||Accounting II||3|
|PSY 376||Organizational Psychology||3|
|BA 370**||Business Communication||3|
|IR 481||Selected Topics in International Relations||3|
|BA 384||Behavioral Aspects||3|
|FR/GE/SP 201||Intermediate Foreign Language 1 (or any 200-400 Electives)||3|
|BA 369**||Introduction to Sustainable Development||3|
|FR/GE/SP 202||Intermediate Foreign Language 2 (or any 200-400 Electives)||3|
|BA 437||Multinational Enterprise||3|
|IR 356||Int. Relations of the Pacific Rim Region||3|
|BA 469**||Entrepreneurship & New Ventures||3|
|IR 456||The European Union||3|
|EN 490||Intercultural Communications||3|
|IR 436||The Middle East||3|
|HI 225||European History to 1815||3|
|BA 439**||International Business Policy||3|
|EC 352||Economic Geography||3|
|EN 373||Public Speaking||3|
* Curriculum subject to change. Each campus and program may have extra requirements and exceptions. Additional UoR Final Thesis required if applying for dual degree.
** Course with double evaluation system with UoR if applying for dual degree.
International Hospitality and Tourism is one of the fastestgrowing sectors in the service and business industries. Students will gain the professional knowledge and skills necessary for a career in Hospitality and Tourism management. From operating a hotel, resort, and/or restaurant to leading leisure and recreational activities.
Leisure and Hospitality Job Outlook 2020 – 2030*
- +9% Expected growth
- 52,5K Projected Employment
- Career Areas: Accommodation, Food & Beverage, Travel, Tourism, Events, Sports and Recreation
* US Market. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
- 100% Global Experience: Study at four different international locations.
- Reality-Based: Practical learning and challenges with companies and organizations.
- Interdisciplinary: Business, Digital, Tech, and Sustainability focus.
- Focused and Flexible: One course per month and multiple formats.
- Personalized Path: Create your own journey based on your goals and needs.
- Future-Oriented: Career Services and mentoring programs.
- International Faculty: Referred professionals that share updated knowledge and challenge students with real cases.
- Learning Partners: Business partners and organizations to expand community engagement and networking.
- Personal Advisors: Trusted advocates to support you from day one in reaching your goals.
- Diverse Community: A multicultural and inclusive community with more than 100 nationalities.