Interdisciplinary Recognized Concentrations for HTM Students

Concentration for the start of Fall 2021

OPTIONAL CONCENTRATIONS

Environment Sustainability Concentration (ENSU)

Total Credits Hours: In addition to HTM 370000 - Sustainable Tourism and Responsible Travel, the student must choose three courses (9 credit hours) from the list below. Total of 12 credit hours.

  • FNR 10300 Introduction to Environmental Conservation
  • LA 15000 Preservation Issues or LA 15100 Building Preservation or LA 15200 Community Preservation
  • PHIL 29000 Environmental Ethics
  • POL 22300 Introduction to Environmental Policy
  • POL 32300 Comparative Environmental Policy
  • POL 32700 Global Green Politics
  • POL 42300 International Environmental Policy

Hospitality Facilities Design and Management Concentration (HFDM)

Total Credits Hours: Select four courses, 12 credit hours, from the list below.

  • BCM 23000 - Mechanical and Electrical Systems
  • CM1000 - Introduction to Construction Management
  • HTM 52200 - Foodservice Equipment and Facility Design
  • LA 10100 - Survey of Landscape Architecture
  • LA 15100 - Building Preservation
  • LA 25000 - Architectural Design
  • NRES 29000 - Introduction to Environmental Science
  • TLI 21300 - Project Management
  • TLI 21400 - Introduction to Supply Chain Management Technology
  • TLI 33520 - Human Factors for Technology Systems
  • TLI 34250 - Purchasing and Contract Management

Marketing and Sales Concentration (MRSL)

Total Credits Hours: In addition to completing HTM 33100 - Hospitality and Tourism Sales and Service, students must choose three courses listed below for a total of 12 credit hours.

  • COM 25300 - Introduction to Public Relations
  • COM 25600 - Introduction to Advertising
  • CSR 31500 - Relationship Selling
  • CSR 33100 - Consumer Behavior
  • CSR 33200 - Cross-Cultural Marketing and International Retailing
  • CSR 34400 - Fundamentals of Negotiations
  • HTM 53100 - Hospitality and Tourism Marketing II
  • MGMT 32300 - Principles of Marketing
  • TLI 21400 - Introduction to Supply Chain Management Technology
  • TLI 34300 - Technical and Service Selling
  • TLI 34350 - Business to Business Sales Management

Finance for HTM (FMGT)

Total Credits: 15. A grade of a C- or better must be earned in any course used to fulfill the concentration. There are four topic areas currently required by the HTM major that will serve as the foundation for this concentration. Each of those areas have two courses that meet both HTM and Krannert School of Management requirements.

1. An introductory economics course (3 credits)

  • ECON 21000 - Principles of Economics
  • ECON 25100 - Microeconomics

2. An introductory financial accounting course (3 credits)

  • HTM 14100 - Financial Accounting for the Service Industries
  • MGMT 20000 - Introductory Accounting

3. An introductory managerial accounting course (3 credits)

  • HTM 24100 - Managerial Accounting and Financial Management In Hospitality Operations
  • MGMT 20100 - Management Accounting I (Pre-req MGMT 20000)

4. An introductory probability or introductory statistics course (3 credits)

  • STAT 22500 - Introduction To Probability Models (Pre-req MA 16100, MA 16200, MA 16500, MA 16600, MA 22400, MA 23000, MA 23200, MA 16020, MA 22200, or MA 16021)
  • STAT 30100 - Elementary Statistical Methods


Required course for concentration (3 credits)

  • MGMT 31000 - Financial Management (Pre-req MGMT 20000 and ECON 21000, ECON 25100, ECON E1030, ECON E2010, BUS A2010, or ACC 20000)


Select four of the following upper division management electives: (12 credits)

  • MGMT 41100 - Investment Management (Pre-req MGMT 31000) (3 credits)
  • MGMT 41200 - Financial Institutions and Markets (Pre-req MGMT 31000) (3 credits)
  • MGMT 41300 - Corporate Finance (Pre-req MGMT 31000) (3 credits)
  • MGMT 41500 - International Financial Management (Pre-req MGMT 31000) (3 credits)
  • MGMT 41601 - Mergers and Acquisitions (Pre-req MGMT 31000) (3 credits)

Non-Krannert students must complete the Request to Enroll in an Upper Level Krannert Course on the Krannert School of Management website for permission to register for these upper-division classes.

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