Hotel and Lodging Management Minor

Hotel and Lodging Management Minor

The hotel and lodging management minor prepares students with industry-specific skills required of today's hotel professional. Students will learn how to lead front office operations, housekeeping and facilities management, industry standard pricing strategies, revenue management, the role of a hotel sales department, and how to lead with a focus on service management.

Learning Objectives:

Upon the completion of this minor students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the role housekeeping and facilities management plays in the day-to-day operations of a hotel or resort property.
  2. Analyze and apply various lodging revenue management strategies to ensure organizational profitability.
  3. Develop and present a hotel sales program.

Number of Credits: 18

Required Courses:12 credits

  • HOSP 260 - Hotel Operations Management - 3cr
  • HOSP 325 - Hotel Sales - 3cr
  • HOSP 372 - Housekeeping and Facilities Management - 3cr
  • HOSP 400 - Hotel Revenue Management - 3cr

Controlled Electives:6 credits

HOSP courses approved by department chairperson totaling at least 6 credits

For more information, contact Stephen Shiring at, or stop by the department office, Ackerman Hall Room 10.

HLMG Minor Application Form (pdf link title: title HLMG Minor Application_Spring 2018)