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Hospitality and Tourism Management Program

Bryan School of Business and Economics

441 Bryan Building



Sevil Sonmez, Professor and Head of Program

Associate Professor Canziani

Assistant Professors Byrd, Hsieh

Effective July 1, 2011, the Hospitality and Tourism Management Program (HTM) has joined the Bryan School of Business and Economics (BSBE). The HTM curriculum will be enforced as it was prior to joining the BSBE until a new curriculum in Sustainable Hospitality and Tourism is finalized, approved, and reviewed to determine the impact of this change in the organizational structure; therefore, for the 2011–12 academic year, Bryan School-wide course requirements will not apply to students pursuing the HTMT major, concentrations, or minor, and courses with the prefix of HTM will not be considered Bryan School prefixes in terms of fulfilling existing major and/or minor requirements.

The Hospitality and Tourism Management major prepares students for a variety of management positions in the hotel, restaurant, and travel and tourism fields. Students first complete a set of courses that gives them a broad foundation in all areas of hospitality and tourism management. Students select one of two concentrations: hotel and restaurant management or travel and tourism management. All students complete a business minor.

This page was last updated on June 8, 2011.