Oct 15, 2019  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Hospitality, Tourism and Event Management BS, Event Management Specialization


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Program Learner Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Understand and promote principles of sustainability.
  • Demonstrate professional practice to meet workplace demands.
  • Identify research, comprehend, and communicate fundamentals, philosophy, and practices of the field.
  • Demonstrate ability to effectively produce and manage projects and activities in diverse groups.
  • Analyze and interpret emergent policy issues and trends prevalent in RT industry sectors.
  • Demonstrate critical, conceptual, and analytical thinking skills.
  • Demonstrate competencies in planning, marketing, administration, risk/legal, budgets/accounting, leadership, information technology through core curriculum and approved electives.
  • Articulate practicum, internship, and career opportunities in RT field.

Hospitality, Tourism and Event Management Core


The Hospitality, Tourism and Event Management Program (HTE) prepares students for positions in one of the top three industries in Washington state and the world’s number-one industry. Professional positions are numerous. The following list is a sampling of the types of professional positions currently held by HTE graduates: city parks and recreation director, recreation manager, front office and training manager, director of youth programs, guest services manager, and winery marketing manager, general manager, event and meeting planner, marketer, entrepreneur, among others.

Admission Requirements
To be admitted to a major or minor in Hospitality, Tourism and Event Management, a student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.3 (or be a freshman or transfer).

Program Requirements
A minimum grade of C- must be earned in each course counted toward fulfilling major and minor requirements.

Students should plan to complete their Senior Practicum education during the summer term.

Elective courses must be pre-approved by an advisor prior to registration for course(s).

Event Management Specialization


The event management specialization prepares students for positions in special events coordination and operation, lodging sales and marketing, convention centers, destination marketing organizations, tourism planning, recreation and sports centers, and many others.

The Hospitality, Tourism and Event Program (HTE) prepares students for positions in one of the top three industries in Washington State and the world’s number-one industry. Professional positions are numerous.

Department-Approved Electives Credits: 11


Students must consult with major advisor in selecting elective credits.

Total Specialization Credits: 42


Total Credits: 88


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