The Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) degree program provides a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A) degree for students who desires to work in the hospitality and tourism businesses. The degree program teaches management principles through business core courses coupled with hospitality and tourism management industry knowledge and skills. HTM faculty members are committed to engaging student through various research projects, industry certificates, and experiential/service learning activities. Students who graduate with a degree in hospitality and tourism management will have a strategic focus when seeking employment including: hotels, restaurants, casinos, events management (e.g., weddings, sporting events, or conventions), entertainment, attractions (e.g., theme parks), cruises, clubs and spa management, all in a rapidly evolving global marketplace.
A number of courses offered in hospitality and tourism management do not have prerequisites and are excellent choices for business electives, including HTM 300 , HTM 340 , HTM 345 , HTM 368 , HTM 377 , HTM 378 , HTM 388 , and HTM 398 .
Hospitality and Tourism Management BSBA Degree Requirements (120 hours)
Hospitality and Tourism Management BSBA Semester Guide
Availability: Hattiesburg Campus
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Accreditation: This program is accredited by AACSB International.