The McLaren School of Management offers four minors for students in non-business majors.
The minors are reflected on students’ transcripts, and require a letter grade and a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the minor. Students interested in a Business minor should consult with their adviser to declare the minor and to review the specific course requirements and necessary prerequisites for the courses.
The Hospitality Management minor offers an intensified concentration in business and hospitality management classes in order to provide a basic foundation and knowledge of the industry, thus enhancing a student’s competitive “positioning” in this field.
Program Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate leadership and team management skills necessary for success in a diverse and changing workplace.
Apply relevant service management strategies to the global hospitality industry.
Identify social, environmental and financial hospitality business practices critical to sustainability.
Identify solutions and opportunities for practical business scenarios.
Evaluate alternative strategies to challenges and opportunities faced by industry.
Minor Requirements (21 Units)
The Minor in Hospitality Management is designed for non-business majors who have an interest in expanding their knowledge and enhancing their career opportunities in the hospitality industry.