Hospitality and Tourism Management (Concurrent)

Career Pathways

Hospitality and tourism employs one in nine people worldwide and serves as the third largest industry in Texas. Opportunities literally abound in this thriving field where training provides many entry-points and areas of specialization.

Core Coursework

RubricCore CourseworkHours
TRVM 1000Introduction to Travel and Tourism48
TRVM 1008 or 1041Travel Destination I or Travel Destination II48
TRVM 1001Customer Sales and Service32
 Total Core Hours128

Elective Coursework (select two)

RubricCore CourseworkHours
TRVM 1017Cruise Sales16
TRVM 2001Introduction to Meeting & Convention Management48
TRVM 1023Group Tour Operations48
TRVM 1091 Home Based Travel46
HAMG 1021 (3)Introduction to Hospitality Industry48
HAMG 1013 (4)Front Office Procudures48
HAMG 2005 (5)Hospitality Management and Leadership48
 Total Elective Hours64-96
 Total192-224

*Course offerings vary by semester

Important Note About Concurrent Courses:
Students may be enrolled in identified credit programs on a non-credit enrollment basis. Concurrent enrollment students earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) rather than college credit for attending class and are expected to complete all required assignments and testing. Continuing Education seats are limited in concurrent classes.

More Information
Please contact M.T Hickman:
972-238-6097 or
email: mthickman@dcccd.edu

For Continuing Education schedule questions:
Please contact Heather: 972-761-6716, or
email: heathery@dcccd.edu

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