This is a four-year curriculum that leads to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management. The program provides students a combination of general education course work linked with business and hospitality management courses designed to facilitate an understanding of the economic, legal, and social forces which shape the hospitality industry and to provide a practical base of hospitality knowledge and abilities. Major course work emphasizes human relations skills as well as qualitative and quantitative analysis. Leadership, ethics, technology, critical thinking, unique characteristics of service, teaming, and guest encounter skills are threaded throughout the curriculum. Students will choose an emphasis in Restaurant Management, Hotel/Resort Management, and/or Club Management to help them focus on individual career goals. Students are also required to complete eight hundred (800) hours of work experience in hospitality-related employment prior to graduation.

Cal Poly Pomona
Hospilality Management
ACCTG 101 or (105 and 106)
HRM 115, 117, 222
CULIN 111, 116, 113
HRM 230 or BUSAD 120
ECON 101

CSU Long Beach
Hospitality and Hotel Management
Impacted Major
ACCT 101 and 102
ECON 101, 102
CULIN 113
NUTR 125
SPCH 100
MATH 136
PHIL 116
PSYCH 101 or SOC 101

San Francisco State University
Hospitality and Toursim Management
ENGL 102  or 104
ECON 101, 102
MATH 112
CS/IS 101
ACCT 101, 102

San Jose State University
Hospitality, Toursim and Event Management
MATH 136
HTM 120, 117
ENGL 102 or 104

CSU East Bay
Hospitality and Toursim
HTM 115 or 120
BUSAD 120
PSYCH 101
Note: The Department of Hospitality, Recreation
and Tourism highly recommends that students
complete a basic accounting course.

San Diego State
Hospitality and Tourism -
Hotel Operations and Management
Restaurant Operations and Management
Meeting, Events Operations and Management
Tribal Gaming Operations and Management
ECON 101, 102
MATH 111 and 112 or 136


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