- Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism
- About Us
- The HRT Department
- Faculty / Staff
- Dr. Jaesung An
- Dr. Saehya Ann
- Dr. Chris Chamberlain
- Walter Dennis
- Dave Epperson
- Dr. Mary Fortune
- Dr. Elizabeth Friedmann
- Dr. Zach Hallab
- Ken Hanley
- Janeen Hill
- Keelin Jardin
- Dr. Erick Kong
- James Lim
- Dr. Thomas C. Padron
- Eve Marie Little
- Dr. Alexandra Sandoval
- Lisa Smusz
- Dr. Melany Spielman (Faculty Emeritus)
- Dr. Nancy White
- History of HRT at CSUEB
- The HRT Advisory Committee
- HRT Student Profiles
- Friends of HRT
- Faculty / Staff
- Undergraduate Programs
- M.S. in Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism
- HRT Advising
- Resources and Opportunities
- Job Opportunities
Why HRT at CSU East Bay?
- Our program provides opportunities for 4-year, transfer, international, and non-traditional students.
- Courses are offered in a variety of formats including online, in-person, and hybrid to accommodate full-time, part-time, and online-only students. Many students work full-time while enrolled in the program. Are you wondering if online is right for you? This resource provides some great insight into online programs. http://www.csueastbay.edu/
- Throughout their college career, students develop a portfolio of educational experiences that will enhance their resumes and marketability as they seek positions in their chosen segment of the Hospitality/Recreation/Tourism industries.
- Learning occurs through both experiential learning and practical theoretical application. Experiential learning experiences include course projects, event planning, tours, site visits, service learning, and internship experiences.
- The program supports the development of students’ leadership, communication, technical, data-driven decision-making, and critical thinking skills through immersion in the industry-relevant curriculum.
- Passionate faculty with education and experience in the field are student-centered and committed to student learning and success.
- Graduates enjoy opportunities for career advancement, contribute to the quality of life of participants, interact with various cultures, and increase the positive impact of the recreation industry.
Why CSU East Bay?
The HRT program is only one reason why you should consider CSU East Bay. CSU East Bay is known for:
- There is a focus on learning by experience. Many students are employed in the field while they are working on their degree. This prepares students to jump right in once they graduate.
- Our university is ranked one of the most diverse universities in the nation.
- Small average class size leading to personal attention from faculty.
- Faculty have years of experience in the field.
- Being a great value and being affordable compared to other similar institutions.
- Its access to major business, cultural, and residential areas of the San Francisco Bay Area.
- A bustling campus that provides services for on-campus and commuter students.
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