Offered by: The Collins College of Hospitality Management
The minor in Hospitality Management is designed to help students in other majors develop marketable skills for application in the hospitality industry and to allow students to explore the unique application of business skills and knowledge of management practices in customer-driven service industries.
The minor is designed primarily for students in Foods and Nutrition, Management and Human Resources, International Business or other majors within the College of Business Administration. The minor helps students develop skills that complement their major course of study and prepare them to pursue careers in the hospitality industry. The Minor in Hospitality Management will also prepare students to be successful, in any customer-oriented industry in which service is the intangible product.
3801 West Temple Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768
Buildings 79, 79A, 79B, 80
The Hospitality Management Minor requires 24 units for completion.
Core courses: 15 units
Elective courses: 9 units (at least 3 units must be upper-division HRT)
Total credits: 24 units