The curriculum at the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) combines contributions from leading industry executives, distinguished faculty and student input, to create highly innovative, rigorous programs.
The Event and Entertainment Management program prepares students for entry- to mid-level positions managing a variety of events including conferences, concerts, fairs, festivals, social events, trade shows, exhibits, online events, and special events.
The Tourism and Hospitality Management program prepares students for entry- to mid-level positions in tourism, hospitality, convention and visitor bureaus, destination management organizations, conference centers, resorts, casinos, theme parks, theaters and clubs. View the Bachelor of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management Curriculum.
The Sport and Recreation Management program prepares students interested in sport and recreation careers in professional sports, college athletics, private/commercial sector, public recreation and park agencies, youth sport agencies, voluntary agencies, campus services, armed forces and corporate/industrial settings. View the Bachelor of Science in Sport and Recreation Management Curriculum.
Students are highly encouraged to utilize their free electives strategically to earn a minor or certificate based on career and personal goals. Our affiliation with the Fox School of Business allows you to diversify and customize your degree allowing you to stand out to future employers
Some often-sought and recommended minors are:
Students can explore the multitude of other minor and certificate options available throughout the university in the Undergraduate Bulletin.