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Academic Catalog '13-'14 | Business Administration with Hospitality Mgmt

Business Administration with Hospitality Management

Description

The B.S. in Business Administration with Hospitality Management program is designed to meet the needs of entry-level hospitality workers who aspire to management positions within the hotel, tourism and hospitality industries. These industries have evolved from single hotels with minimal amenities to destination resorts with multiple restaurants, entertainment venues, and supportive services. Working in one of the few industries remaining where an employee can start in an entry level position and rise to a management position, today’s hospitality executive needs the functional and project management skills to thrive and succeed in this multifaceted industry. The major provides students with the necessary background to be able to manage individual and chain hotels, including everything from the entertainment to the transportation facets of the business.

Major Requirements

Functional Core Courses (33 credits)
BADM 101 Introduction to Business
BADM 205 Legal Aspects of Business
BADM 213 Quantitative Methods of Business
BADM 221 Financial Accounting
BADM 223 Managerial Accounting
BADM 231 Theory and Practice of Marketing
BADM 243 Information Systems in Organizations
BADM 325 Business Financial Management
BADM 337 Advertising and Promotion
BADM 371 Human Resource Management
BADM 373 Organizational Behavior

Professional Skills Courses (12 credits)
ENGL 209 Business Writing
BADM 241 Introduction to Computer Applications for Business
BADM 251 Management and Leadership Development
BADM 491 Internship

Hospitality Management Core Courses (15 Credits)
BADM 379 Labor and Union Relations
HOSP 201 Introduction to Hotel & Hospitality Management
HOSP 203 Hotel & Hospitality Marketing
HOSP 205 Hotel & Restaurant Law
HOSP 401 Hospitality Finance

Hospitality Management Concentration Courses (15 Credits)
Students elect ONE concentration or take 15 credits in BADM & HOSP courses.

Hotel & Food Service Management Concentration
HOSP 302 Commercial Food Service Management
HOSP 303 Hotel and Restaurant Management
HOSP 307 Property Management
HOSP 315 Restaurant and Catering Operation Costs
HOSP 402 Conference and Event Management

Destination and Event Management Concentration
HOSP 301 Tourism and Destination Management
HOSP 305 Transportation Planning
HOSP 309 Introduction to Event Management
HOSP 402 Conference and Event Management
HOSP 403 Entertainment and Talent Management

Senior Seminar (3 credits)
BADM 499 Senior Seminar

Program Policies

Advanced Placement: Credits earned through AP examinations do not fulfill requirements of the Business Administration with Hospitality Management program.

CLEP Policy: Credits earned through CLEP examinations may fulfill requirements of the Business Administration with Hospitality Management program. Students interested in pursuing CLEP examinations should consult with their program chair.

Cross-Tallied Courses: Courses that are cross-tallied represent identical courses offered with a different program prefix. Students may not enroll in or receive credit for more than one iteration of a cross-tallied course (even in different semesters).

Grades in Major Courses: Students are required to earn a grade of “C” (2.0) or better in all courses counted to fulfill requirements for the major, including the Senior Seminar course.

Pass/No Pass: No course fulfilling major requirements in the Business Administration with Hospitality Management program may be taken Pass/No Pass, with the exception of the BADM 491, which is graded Pass/No Pass.

TELL Policy: Students applying for credit in experiential learning should consult with the program faculty.

Transfer Credits: Credits in courses equivalent to those required for the major from a similar institution may be accepted toward a major. Students majoring in Business Administration with Hospitality Management must take a minimum of twelve (12) credits in the program at Trinity, in addition to BADM 499.

Senior Assessment: All majors are required to take BADM 499 at Trinity.

Course Descriptions

BADM 101 Introduction to Business
BADM 205 Legal Aspects of Business
BADM 213 Quantitative Methods of Business
BADM 221 Financial Accounting
BADM 223 Managerial Accounting
BADM 231 Theory and Practice of Marketing
BADM 241 Introduction to Computer Applications for Business
BADM 243 Information Systems in Organizations
BADM 251 Management and Leadership Development
BADM 301 Introduction to Community Economic Development
BADM 325 Business Financial Management
BADM 337 Advertising and Promotion
BADM 371 Human Resource Management
BADM 373 Organizational Behavior
BADM 379 Labor and Union Relations
BADM 491 Internship
BADM 499 Senior Seminar
ENGL 209 Business Writing
HOSP 201 Introduction to Hotel & Hospitality Management
HOSP 203 Hotel & Hospitality Marketing
HOSP 205 Hotel & Restaurant Law
HOSP 302 Commercial Food Service Management
HOSP 303 Hotel and Restaurant Management
HOSP 305 Transportation Planning
HOSP 307 Property Management
HOSP 309 Introduction to Event Management
HOSP 315 Restaurant and Catering Operation Costs
HOSP 401 Hospitality Finance
HOSP 402 Conference and Event Management
HOSP 403 Entertainment and Talent Management

Trinity reserves the right to change, without prior notice, any policy or procedure, tuition or fee, curricular requirements, or any other information found on this web site or in its printed materials.

Questions may be directed to Virginia Broaddus, Ph.D., Provost at BroaddusV@trinitydc.edu.

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