The "Tourism and Hospitality Management" (THM) industry
is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Tourism ranks
among the top three industries in all 50 states. The THM major is designed to prepare
undergraduate students for management careers in the tourism and
hospitality industries. Students will study the core courses required
of all students pursuing a Bachelors of Business Administration degree.
Graduates from this major will be well prepared to assume managerial
roles in these industries.
The purpose of the THM program is to provide students with the
knowledge, skills, values, and strategic perspectives essential to
obtaining leadership roles in the hospitality service professions in
western Kansas, the region, the domestic market, and throughout the
world. Upon completion of the BS
degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management, graduates will be able
to pursue career paths in most segments of the THM industry.
Program Requirements Overview
General Education Courses:
55 Credit Hours
College of Business & Entrepreneurship Core Curriculum:
27 Credit Hours
24 Credit Hours
12 Credit Hours
6 Credit Hours
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE: 124 Credit Hours