|TMP 2303||Stay Work Play : Wellness in Hospitality Management (WECO)||4|
|TMP 3333||Hotel Operations Management||4|
|BUS 1100||Introduction to Marketing and Sales||4|
|Electives - Choose 2 courses, min. one Upper Level||7-8|
|Organizational Behavior & Team Development (DICO)|
|Foundations of Innovation and Entrepreneurship|
|Marketing Research and Consumer Insights (QRCO)|
|Event Planning and Marketing|
|Special Topics in Marketing|
|Plymouth Marketing and Design Agency|
|Sustainability in Practice (WECO)|
|Introduction to Travel and Tourism (GACO)|
|Special Topics in Tourism and Hospitality|
|Tourism Development (INCO,INCP,WRCO)|
Learning Outcomes - Hospitality certificate students will be able to:
- Identify, assess, and generate solutions for managerial challenges in the hospitality industry
- Identify key components of exemplary customer service
- Develop ideas for marketing planning and event operations
- Evaluate the economic, social and/or environmental impacts of hospitality business practices on the local communities in which they operate
- Acquire knowledge of diversity issues as related to hospitality management.
The hospitality and tourism industry offers many career paths, such as working for hotels and resorts, restaurants, vacation ownership, tourism and recreation management organizations, large and small event planning and design companies, private and public clubs, cruise lines, and managed food service organizations.
The certification also prepares students to begin careers in conference and convention planning, entertainment and sporting venues, and hospitality sales.