Hospitality Management
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The Hospitality Management Certificate provides degree seeking and non-degree seeking students with the skills needed to be professionals in the hospitality field. Students completing this certificate will be able to plan, execute, and evaluate events and meetings as well as begin the management track in casinos, resorts, spas, and other related travel and tourism enterprises. Upon completion of the certificate, students will be granted a Hospitality Management Certificate indicating that they have met academic requirements making them eligible to practice as a professional in the hospitality field.

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  • Career Options
  • Courses
  • Hotel Administrator
  • Cruise Director
  • Event Coordinator
  • Hospitality Director
  • Special Event Coordinator
  • Museum Director
  • REC-400: Event Planning and Management (3 hours)
  • REC-402: Event Entertainment and Technology (3 hours)
  • REC-404: Event Design (3 hours)
  • REC-406: Resort, Spa and Lodging Operations (3 hours)
  • REC-408: Casino, Food, and Beverage Operations (3 hours)
  • REC-410: Tourism Planning and Development (3 hours)
  • REC-275: Practicum (2-6 hours)*
    *REC 275 should be taken for 6 hours by NON-Recreation Services, Sport and Hospitality 
     Management majors

About Health, Human Performance, and Recreation Department

The Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation (HHPR) is located in the new Student Recreation Center. The HHPR faculty possess a wide array of specializations. The department offers undergraduate degree programs in Exercise Science, Recreation Services, Sport and Hospitality Management, and Physical Education, seven minors and certificates in Dance, Coaching, and Hospitality Management, as well as a graduate program in HHPR. Within each of the degree programs, there are emphases/concentration areas from which students select the professional paths that best fit their needs. 

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