Hospitality & Tourism Management

Warren Ramsey at his internship

A Growing Industry

Tourism and hospitality is one of the world's fastest growing industries, employing millions around the globe and providing exciting opportunities near and far for well- trained professionals -- as you will be upon completion of Hospitality & Tourism Management program at JSC.

The World Is Your Classroom

Practical, real-world experience is an integral part of JSC's Hospitality & Tourism Management program. Our students complete internships close to campus and far away, from area ski resorts to the Boston Harbor Hotel, the Dunes in South Carolina, and the Sheraton Hotel in Ohau, Hawaii.

Experienced Faculty and Hands-On Learning

Students complete a core of both business and HTM courses and select from a broad range of electives to round out their education. In addition, the HTM program weaves more than 1,050 documented hours of experiential learning over four years.

Faculty connections and formal partnerships enable us to link students with top resorts, hotels, restaurants and event opportunities for internships as well as part-time and summer employment.

Graduates of this program hold a B.A. in Business with a concentration in Hospitality & Tourism Management and are ready to hit the ground running in the hospitality and tourism industry.

Requirements for Hospitality & Tourism Management

Core Business Courses Number of Credits
BUS 1340 Social Entrepreneurship 3
TBA Business Ethics 3
BUS 2230 Principles of Marketing 3
BUS 2140 Personal Finance 3
BUS 2410 Human Resource Management 3
BUS 3131 Business Law 3
BUS 3250 Organizational Behavior 3
ACC 2121 Financial Accounting 4
ACC 2122 Managerial Accounting 4
ECO 2020 Macroeconomics 3
ECO 2030 Microeconomics 3
BUS 4720 Senior Seminar 3
Total Core Business Credits 38

HTM Courses Number of Credits
HTM 1010 Survey of Hospitality and Tourism 3
HTM 3010 Food and Beverage Management 3
HTM 3110 Lodging and Resort Operations 3
HTM 3210 International Travel and Tourism 3
HTM 3230 Facilities Planning and Design 3
BUS 4810 Internship 4
Total Hospitality & Tourism Management Credits 19

Overall Credits for Business Degree 57
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