Description of the Inter-College Minor in Tourism Management:
“Tourism” is the world’s largest and most diverse industry. Tourism is a composite of activities, services, and industries delivering travel experiences through transportation, accommodations, eating and drinking establishments, shops, entertainment, activity facilities (parks, sports, and amusement parks), historic sites, natural resources, among others.
The faculty of Recreation Management and Policy [RMP], Hospitality Management [HMGT], and Natural Resources and the Environment [NRE] Tourism [Tour] have bundled a number of courses for non-majors which, when combined with certain elective courses, can constitute a Minor in Tourism Management. Each of the courses offered for this minor are already offered in each of the three departments. These programs represent the three Colleges of College of Health and Human Services, Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, and the College of Life Science and Agriculture.
5 courses are required to complete this minor.
These specific courses are required for the Tourism Minor:
TOUR 400, Introduction to Tourism
HMGT 401 - Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
RMP 490 – Recreation and Leisure in Society
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The courses may be taken in any order, you are responsible for checking pre-requisites for the elective course.
Following University policy, you must complete 20 semester hours with a grade of C- or better and a 2.0 grade point average.
Courses taken on a Pass/Fail basis may not be used toward the minor.
No more than 8 credits used by the student to satisfy major requirements may be used for the minor.
No transfer courses may be used toward the minor.
Questions about the MINOR shall be directed to:
Recreation Management and Policy – Dr. Bob Barcelona, Bob.Barcelona@unh.edu
Tourism Management – Dr. Rob Robertson, Rob.Robertson@unh.edu
Hospitality Management – Dr. Nelson A. Barber, firstname.lastname@example.org
Approval of the Minor for Graduation, verification and sign-off must be coordinated with Dr. Rob Robertson.