Undergraduate Minor in Hospitality Administration
Students can combine their major with a minor in hospitality. A minor in hospitality requires completion of five hospitality courses. One of these courses must be “Perspectives of the Hospitality Industry” (HADM 3010).
A minor provides a specialized focus in a leading industry – hospitality and tourism. Hotel companies, restaurant/foodservice corporations, airports/airlines, major convention centers and sporting/event venues offer positions in accounting, finance, marketing, public relations, technology and other functional areas. Having knowledge of the hospitality industry provides students valuable insight into these career opportunities.
Minor in Hospitality
Students who wish to minor in Hospitality must take at least 15 hours including the following courses:
- HADM 3010
- Four additional 3000-level or 4000-level hospitality (prefix of HADM) courses for which the prerequisites have been met.
A grade of C- or higher is required in all courses counted toward the minor. A 2.5 GSU GPA is required for all courses counted in the minor. Prerequisites for courses are required unless consent of the instructor is given.
For specific information on possible courses, contact the department.