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HRT Undergraduate Concentrations

HOSPITALITY FOUNDATION MAJOR CORE:
HOS 100 Professional Preparation -2
HOS 100 Introduction to HRT -3
HOS 300 Marketing in HRT -3
HOS 400 Introduction to Finance in HRT -3
HOS 450 Data Driven Decision Making in HRT -3
REC 200 Serving Diverse Populations -3
REC 325 Leadership, Management and Ethics in HRT -3
REC 400 Law, Risk and Regulation in HRT -3

Hospitality Major Core
HOS 200 Lodging Management -3
HOS 205 Tourism Management -3
HOS 210 Meetings, Convention & Special Events -3
HOS 215 Food and Beverage Management
HOS 225 Technology in Hospitality and Tourism
HOS 410 Revenue Management in Hospitality and Tourism -3
HOS 475 Internship Placement – 1
HOS 498 Internship – 3-6

EVENT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION (Upper Division GE: To be completed as a Junior. Please see your GE advisor regarding your GE requirements. AACE 510-885-3621):
HOS 310 Special Events: Design and Management in Hospitality and Tourism -3
HOS 315 Wedding Planning -3
HOS 320 Event Leadership -3
Elective Courses (3-6 units)
REC 300 Philosophy of Leisure -3
MKTG 3495 Business Communication -3

FOOD AND BEVERAGE CONCENTRATION (Upper Division GE: To be completed as a Junior. Please see your GE advisor regarding your GE requirements. AACE 510-885-3621):
HOS 330 Food and Culture -3
HOS 335 Introduction to Wine, Beer and Spirits -3
HOS 340 Menu Planning, Cost Control and Purchasing -3
Elective Courses (3-6 units)

LODGING, CLUB MANAGEMENT AND RESORT CONCENTRATION (Upper Division GE: To be completed as a Junior. Please see your GE advisor regarding your GE requirements. AACE 510-885-3621):
HOS 350 Resort and Club Management -3
HOS 355 Advanced Lodging Management -3
HOS 360 Lodging Alternatives -3
Elective Courses (3-6 units)

RECREATION FOUNDATION MAJOR CORE
HOS 100 Professional Preparation -2
REC 100 Introduction to HRT -3
HOS 300 Marketing in HRT -3
HOS 400 Introduction to Finance in HRT -3
HOS 450 Data-Driven Decision Making in HRT -3
REC 200 Serving Diverse Populations -3
REC 215 Special Events in Recreation -3
REC 215 Special Events in Recreation -3
REC 230 Introduction to Youth Development -3
REC 325 Leadership, Management and Ethics in HRT -3
REC 340 Sustainable Facilities, Parks and Open Space -3
REC 400 Law, Risk and Regulation in HRT -3
REC 425 Strategic Positioning in Recreation -3

RECREATION THERAPY CONCENTRATION (Upper Division GE: To be completed as a Junior. Please see your GE advisor regarding your GE requirements. AACE 510-885-3621):
BIO 270 Human Physiology and Anatomy I -4
HDEV 380 Lifespan Human Development -3
PSY 381 Abnormal Psychology -4
REC 360 Foundations in Recreation Therapy -3
REC 361 Recreation Therapy Diagnostic Groupings -3
REC 362 Recreation Therapy Documentation and Assessment -3
REC 363 Recreation Therapy Process and Techniques -3
REC 364 Recreation Therapy Program Planning and Implementation -3
REC 365 Advancement of Recreation Therapy Profession and Management -3
REC 476 Recreation Therapy Internship Placement -1
REC 481 Recreation Therapy Internship -3

SUSTAINABILITY CONCENTRATION (Upper Division GE: 9 units to be completed as a Junior. Please see your GE advisor regarding your GE requirements. AACE 510-885-3621):
HOS 230 Sustainable Global Tourism Development -3
REC 110 Foundations of Sustainability in HRT -3
REC 355 Community Sustainability in HRT -3
REC 475 Internship Placement -2
REC 480 Internship - 3-6
Electives: 9-12 units

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMING CONCENTRATION (Upper Division GE: 9 units to be completed as a Junior. Please see your GE advisor regarding your GE requirements. AACE 510-885-3621):
REC 330 Leadership in Small Groups -3
REC 430 Youth Development: Current Issues for Youth 5-17 -3
REC 475 Internship Placement -2
REC 480 Internship - 3-6
Electives 12-15 units

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

MINOR Requirements

HOS 200 Lodging Management -3
HOS 205 Tourism Management -3
HOS 215 Food and Beverage Management
HOS 300 Marketing in Hospitality, Recreation, Recreation Therapy and Tourism -3
HOS 400 Introduction to Finance in Hospitality, Recreation, Recreation, Recreation Threrapy and Tourism -3
HOS 410 Revenue Management in Hospitality and Tourism -3
     ...and choose 2 from the following:
HOS 210 Meetings, Conventions & Special Events -3
HOS 225 Technology in Hospitality and Toursim - 3
REC 425 Strategic Positioning in Recreation -3



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