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How can I minor in Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism?

Minoring in hospitality, recreation, and tourism is a great way to gain experience in the field and develop new skill sets to complement your current degree program. Minors require an additional 24 units depending on the minor chosen. See the links below for the required classes for each minor.

How Do I Declare Hospitality and Tourism or Recreation as My Minor?

To declare a Hospitality and Tourism Minor or a Recreation Minor you will need to declare your minor officially. To do this you need to complete a Change of Major/Minor/Option Form.

Complete the form and bring it to the HRT department office (PE-130) to have it signed and stamped. You will then submit this completed form to the Student Administration Building, the Concord Student Information Lobby, or fax it to the Office of the Registrar at 510-885-3816.

 

                                               HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MINOR (24 units)

CORE COURSEWORK (18 units)

HOS 200 - Lodging Management Units: 3

HOS 205 - Tourism Management Units: 3; G.E./G.R. Area: D1-3

HOS 215 - Food and Beverage Management Units: 3

HOS 300 - Marketing in Hospitality, Recreation, Recreation Therapy, and Tourism Units: 3

HOS 400 - Introduction to Finance in Hospitality, Recreation, Recreation Therapy, and Tourism Units: 3

HOS 410 - Revenue Management in Hospitality and Tourism Units: 3

ELECTIVE COUREWORK

Choose two (2) courses for 6 units from the following:

HOS 210 - Meetings, Conventions, & Special Events Units: 3

HOS 225 - Technology in Hospitality and Tourism Units: 3

HOS 410 - Revenue Management in Hospitality and Tourism Units: 3

REC 425 - Strategic Positioning in Recreation Units: 3

 

                                                RECREATION MINOR REQUIREMENTS (24 units)

CORE COURSEWORK (15 units)

HOS 450 - Data-Driven Decision Making in Hospitality, Recreation, Recreation Therapy, and Tourism Units: 3

REC 100 - Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism, Recreation, and Recreation Therapy Units: 3; G.E./G.R. Area: D1-3

REC 200 - Serving Diverse Populations in Hospitality, Recreation, Rec Therapy and Tourism Units: 3; G.E./G.R. Area: D1-3; Social Justice

REC 210 - Programming in Community Recreation, Sport and Camp Units: 3

REC 325 - Leadership, Management and Ethics in Hospitality, Recreation, Rec Therapy, and Tourism Units: 3

Elective Coursework (Choose three (3) courses for 9 units from the following):

HOS 435 - Advanced Community Engagement Units: 3; G.E./G.R. Area: E

REC 230 - Introduction to Youth Development Units: 3; G.E./G.R. Area: D1-3

REC 235 - Leisure, Self, and Society Units: 3; G.E./G.R. Area: D1-3

REC 300 - Wellness Through Leisure Units: 3; G.E./G.R. Area: D4

REC 310 - Women and Leisure Units: 3; G.E./G.R. Area: D4

REC 340 - Sustainable Facilities, Parks and Open Space Units: 3; G.E./G.R. Area: Sustainability

 

 

 

 

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