Hospitality and Tourism Management - Hospitality Major
Associate of Applied Business - Curriculum Code 0101
According to the U.S. Travel Association, travel is the sixth largest industry in terms of employment. Job growth is predicted to continue with one in every seven new jobs created being found in this industry. In order to meet the need for trained professionals to work in this exciting and fast-paced field, LCCC offers a two-year Associate of Applied Business degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management. A concentration in hospitality, travel or culinary arts provides students the opportunity to select a program of study in their area of interest. Dynamic course work coupled with a coop or work study will provide the student with the skills necessary to enter a variety of sectors in this industry. LCCC has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by LCCC's University Partnership. However, students must check with the individual institution for transferability of this program.
|Fall Semester (First Year) |
||Microcomputer Applications I
||College Composition I
||College 101 ^
||Introduction to Hospitality ^+
||Food Safety and Sanitation
||Technology in the Hospitality Industry *+
||Hospitality/Tourism Career Exploration
|Spring Semester (First Year) |
||College Composition II >
||College Mathematics >
||Principles of Salesmanship
||Conference, Meeting and Event Planning
||Housekeeping Operations *^+
||Front Office Operations*^+
|Fall Semester (Second Year) |
||Accounting I - Financial
||Business Law I OR
||Hospitality Law *+
||Applied Marketing Essentials +
|Social Science Elective ***
|Spring Semester (Second Year) |
||Consumer Behavior >
||Services Marketing >
||Hospitality Supervision >
||Food & Beverage Management >
||HTM Practicum > OR
||Work Based Learning - Tourism >
|Arts and Humanities Elective**
|Total Credit Hours: 60/61|
1. > Indicates that this course required a prerequisite or co-requisite.
2. OR Indicates that a student may select either course which may have an effect on the total credit hours.
3. Indicates course offered in conjunction with the American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute. These courses will apply toward professional certificates issued by EI and indicated as follows:
* Course offered s a requirement for the Rooms Division Certificate of Specialization.
^ Course offered as a requirement for the Hospitality Fundamentals Program.
+ Course offered as a requirement for the Hospitality Operations Certificate.
4. # TRSM elective to be selected from TRSM 220 (for Hospitality Fundamentals Program), TRSM 227 (for Hospitality Operations Certificate), TRSM 245 or 247 or 248G.
5. ** Arts and Humanities elective to be selected from ARTS 245G, HUMS 151G, HUMS 264G, RELG 181G. 6. *** Social Science elective to be selected from ECNM 151, ECNM 152, PSYH 151 or SOCY 151.
7. ^ A student must register for the orientation course when enrolling for more than six credit hours per semester or any course that would result in an accumulation of thirteen or more credit hours.
Established September 1985
Revised November 2013
Effective August 2014