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Geography and Planning

Chairperson: Randal Baker
Address: 359 Stewart Hall
Phone: 320.308.3160
Email: geog@stcloudstate.edu
Website: www.stcloudstate.edu/gp

BA in Hospitality and Tourism (57 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

  • Completion of HTSM 111 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism with a "C" grade or better

Notes

  • All of the following must be completed with a "C" grade or better: HTSM 111, HTSM 215, HTSM 415, HTSM 425, HTSM 434.
  • Students choose either Hospitality Emphasis or Tourism Development Emphasis, and then all students take courses from the Regional Electives.

Program Requirements

36 credits: Program Core (15 credits): HTSM 111, HTSM 215, HTSM 415, HTSM 425, HTSM 434. Cognate Requirement (15 credits): ACCT 291, BLAW 235, MGMT 201, CNA 169 or CSCI 169, MKTG 220 or HTSM 395. Practical Field Experience (6 credits): HTSM 444.

Electives

21 credits: Student selects either HOSPITALITY Emphasis (15 credits): HTSM 294, HTSM 297, HTSM 360, HTSM 362, HTSM 364, HTSM 368, HTSM 370, HTSM 372, or HTSM 498; or TOURISM DEVELOPMENT Emphasis (15 credits): HTSM 396, HTSM 496, HTSM 497, HTSM 498, GEOG 393, CMTY 350, CMTY 464, or CMTY 455. And all students choose REGIONAL Electives (6 credits): GEOG 368, GEOG 369, GEOG 373, GEOG 374, GEOG 376, GEOG 378, GEOG 384, or GEOG 410.

To satisfy the UDWR students in the Hospitality and Tourism major will need to complete HTSM 434 Hospitality and Tourism Seminar with a grade of "C" or better.


Minor in Hospitality and Tourism (24 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

  • A student must pass HTSM 111 and HTSM 215 with a grade of "C" or better to be admitted into the minor.

Notes

  • Only courses with a grade of "C" or better will count toward the minor.

Program Requirements

12 credits: HTSM 111, HTSM 215, HTSM 294, HTSM 415

Electives

12 credits selected from the following: HTSM 297, HTSM 360, HTSM 392, HTSM 364, HTSM 368, HTSM 370, HTSM 372, HTSM 396, HTSM 496, HTSM 497; GEOG 393





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