UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2020-2021

Tourism, Hospitality, and Recreation Management, B.S.

All lower division GE completed.
The AS-T required course, C-ID HOSP 100 will be accepted as substitute for RTM 314 in the major, but does not count toward the minimum upper division units required for the degree.
Requirements with completion of an AS-T in Hospitality Management are as follows:

Transfer Year 1: First Semester

Course Units
RTM 202/L 3
RTM 204 3
RTM 278 3
RTM Electives** 3
GE Upper Division* 3
Total 15

Transfer Year 1: Second Semester

Course Units
RTM 300 3
RTM 302 3
RTM 303 3
RTM 304 3
RTM 330 – Double counts as RTM Elective** and GE Upper Division Section F* 3
Total 15

Transfer Year 2: First Semester

Course Units
RTM 403 (satisfies GE B5*) 3
RTM 490 3
RTM Electives** 9
Total 15

Transfer Year 2: Second Semester

Course Units
RTM 494C 3
RTM 494C 3
RTM Electives** 9
Total 15
Total units after transfer 60

* Total of 9 units Upper Division General Education must include 3 units from GE B5 Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning (RTM 403 satisfies GE B5), and 6 units from GE Upper Division Section C1 Arts, or GE Upper Division Section C2 Humanities, or GE Upper Division Section D Social Sciences, or GE Upper Division Section F Comparative Cultural Studies. (No more than 3 units from GE Upper Division C and no more than 3 units from GE Upper Division D.) If needed, select UDGE courses that also satisfy: IC: Information Competence, and/or: GE Upper Division Section C3 American History Institutions and Ideals, OR GE Upper Division Section D3 and D4 Constitution of the United States and State and Local Government.

** Total of 24 RTM elective units required for the degree:

15 units minimum to be selected from the following:

ACCT 220 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3)
FCS 304 Food Service Production (2)
RTM 251 Recreation and the Natural Environment (3)
RTM 280 Organizing Campus Recreation and Sport (3)
RTM 294CS/L Recreation Service Learning Theory and Practicum and Lab (1/2)
RTM 305 Dynamics of Early Childhood Play (3)
RTM 306 Leadership Coaching (3)
RTM 310/L Adventure Recreation and Human Relations and Lab (2/1)
RTM 330 Women, Leisure and Ethnicity in the U.S. (3)
RTM 351 Outdoor and Environmental Education (3)
RTM 352 Play and Human Potential (3)
RTM 353/L Literature of the Wilderness Experience and Lab (2/1)
RTM 402 Models of Play, Leisure and Recreation (3)
RTM 405 Play and the Exceptional Child (3)
RTM 406/L Enhancing Childhood Creativity and Lab (2/1)
RTM 414 Food and Beverage Management (3)
RTM 415 Leisure and Aging (3)
RTM 424 Meetings and Conventions Management (3)
RTM 434 Accommodations Management (3)
RTM 444 Nonprofit Organizations and Fund Development in Leisure and Human Services (3)
RTM 452/L Outdoor Recreation Leadership and Lab (3/2)
RTM 480 Recreational Tourism: Issues and Trends (3)
RTM 481 Principles of Sustainable Tourism (3)

Up to 4 elective units may be selected from the following:

RTM 151A Backpacking (2)
RTM 151B Rock Climbing and Mountaineering (2)
RTM 151C Winter Mountaineering (2)
RTM 151D Flat-Water Boating (2)
RTM 151E Whitewater Boating (2)
RTM 151F Survival (2)
RTM 151G Challenge/Ropes Courses (2)
RTM 151H Caving (2)
RTM 265 Water Skiing and Wakeboarding (1)
RTM 267/L Sailing and Lab (1/1)

Up to 3 elective units may be selected from the following:

RTM 398A Supervised Individual Project (1)
RTM 498A Field Assignment and Reports (1)
RTM 498B Field Assignment and Reports (2)
RTM 499A-C Independent Study (1-3)