Tourism, Hospitality, and Destination Management Concentration

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RPTA 114Introduction to Hospitality and Travel4
RPTA 216Resort and Lodging Operations4
RPTA 314Sustainable Travel and Tourism Planning4
RPTA 317Hospitality, Convention and Meeting Management4
Approved electives 1
Select from the following, with a minimum of 4 units upper division: 28
Resort & Lodging Experience Management
Agribusiness Data Literacy
Agribusiness Data Analysis
New Media Communication Strategies in Agriculture
Legal Responsibilities of Business
International and Cross Cultural Management
Organizations, People, and Technology
Listening to the Customer
Strategic Marketing Measurement
Marketing Analytics and Business Intelligence
International Marketing
Microeconomics
Web and Print Publishing (F)
Public Relations
Appropriate Technology for the World's People: Development
Visitor Services in Experience Industry Management
Directed Field Experience
Sport and Event Venue Management
Special Problems for Advanced Undergraduates
Tourism and Outdoor Applications Seminar
Resource and Grant Development
Leadership Practice
Statistical Inference for Management II
Branded Wine Marketing
Wine Sales and E-Commerce
Tourism Planning & Destination Management
Legal Responsibilities of Business
International and Cross Cultural Management
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Listening to the Customer
Advanced Public Speaking
Introduction to Urban Planning
Land Use and Transportation Studies
Planning for and with Multiple Publics
Cities in a Global World (D5)
Microeconomics
Global Geography (D5)
Web and Print Publishing (F)
Public Relations
Contemporary Advertising
Public Relations Writing and Editing
General Psychology (D4)
Interpersonal Communication
Social Psychology
Group Dynamics
Destination Management
Strategic Event Planning
Visitor Services in Experience Industry Management
Directed Field Experience
Sport and Event Venue Management
Special Problems for Advanced Undergraduates
Tourism and Outdoor Applications Seminar
Festival and Event Management
Resource and Grant Development
Leadership Practice
Branded Wine Marketing
Wine Sales and E-Commerce
Wine Marketing Research and Market Analysis
Food and Beverage Experience Management
Legal Responsibilities of Business
International and Cross Cultural Management
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Listening to the Customer
International Marketing
Advanced Public Speaking
Microeconomics
Fundamentals of Food
Nutrition (B5)
Food and Nutrition: Customs and Culture (D4, USCP)
Elements of Food Safety
Food Technology for the Consumer (F)
Contemporary Issues in Food Choice and Preparation
Fermented Foods
Institutional Foodservice I
Institutional Foodservice II
Web and Print Publishing (F)
Public Relations
Contemporary Advertising
Public Relations Writing and Editing
Strategic Event Planning
Visitor Services in Experience Industry Management
Directed Field Experience
Sport and Event Venue Management
Special Problems for Advanced Undergraduates
Tourism and Outdoor Applications Seminar
Festival and Event Management
Resource and Grant Development
Leadership Practice
Global Wine and Viticulture
Branded Wine Marketing
Direct to Consumer Wine Sales
Wine Sales and E-Commerce
Wine Marketing Research and Market Analysis
Total units24
1

Consultation with advisor is recommended prior to selecting approved electives; bear in mind your selections may impact pursuit of post-baccalaureate studies and/or goals.

2

If any of these courses is taken to meet a support elective area requirement, it cannot be double-counted as an approved elective.