Center for Hospitality & Tourism Center Structure
Toggle ItemFaculty & Special InstructorsCourse instruction, student mentoring, academic scholarship, various center support and HTM program management
Toggle ItemAcademic DirectorCurriculum and instruction, program planning and evaluation, faculty coordination, interdepartmental relations, finance development and communications
(Faculty member with dual-appointment from Business Management Faculty)
Toggle ItemStudent AssistantsPaid student staff to support administration, activities, and programs
Toggle ItemExperiential Learning CoordinatorsVolunteer missionary couple to manage practicum and internships
Toggle ItemIndustry AdvisorsExperienced HTM leaders to provide insight, directions, best practices, development, and placement support.
Toggle ItemCross-Entity CollaborationThe Center supports and advocates for the HTM program within BYUH, PCC, and the LDS Church Educational System.
Toggle ItemGrowth StrategiesHTM Program Enhancement
More dept, breadth, rigor, experiential learning, and faculty
HTM Program Expansion
Branding, awareness, enrollment growth
HTM Program Engagement
Industry profile, involvement, and support
Toggle ItemStudent Support Programs'Oi Kelakela
Marriott Scholars Program, special honors, mentoring and scholarships for high-achieving students. 3.0+ GPA who are active in the Ho'okipa Student Society. Funded by the Marriot Foundation.
Lecture series and networking with industry executives; industry events.
Industry field trips, career exploration, travel with faculty, and management internship funding. Other industries and individual funding.
Toggle ItemCurriculum for Bachelor of Science in Hospitality & Tourism ManagementBusiness Foundation
Introduction to Business, Quantitative Reasoning, Accounting, Business Analytics, and Business Communication.
Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism, Tourism Geography, Tourism Economics, Destination Management/Marketing. Property Management/Guest Experience, F&B Management, Hospitality Management/Leadership, Hospitality & Tourism Marketing, Hospitality Accounting/Finance, Accommodations Operations, and Hospitality Law and Ethics.
Attractions and Guest Experience, Meetings, Conventions and Events, Cross-Cultural Management, Business Leadership and Management, Sales and Customer relationships, Integrated Marketing Communications. Operations and Quality Management, Fundamentals of IT< Entrepreneurship, Wellness Tourism and Public Policy.
Case-based seminar course, Waikiki site and event visits
Experienced Learning Requirement
Courtyard/PCC Rotating practicum (Early in Academic Map) and Management internship (Senior Year).
16-Credit HTM Minor also offered