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School of Hospitality & Tourism Management

Global Management Major(GMM)

CURRICULUM
This department’s curriculum consists of six areas—communication, international liberal arts, hospitality and tourism, management, practicum, and case studies. GMM is taught entirely in English, enabling students to accumulate the international experience and perspective needed for leadership in industries and fields around the world that require a hospitality mentality and sophisticated communication skills. Additionally, by studying abroad at hospitality and tourism departments of foreign universities for a year, students develop effective communication strategies to manage a diverse workforce environment.

Major Subjects
Academic English / Chinese / Japanese Culture Theory/ Culture and the Arts / Hospitality and Tourism Studies / Introduction to Marketing / Management Theory / Basic Finance / Introduction to Economics / Leadership Theory / Management Strategy Theory / Destination Management Theory / Airline Management Theory / Travel Agency Management Theory / Food and Beverage Management Theory / Hotel Management Theory / Hospitality and Tourism Practicum (hotel product development, community research, etc.)

Hospitality Tourism Major(HTM)

CURRICULUM
This department’s curriculum covers six areas—communication, international liberal arts, hospitality and tourism, management, practicum, and case studies. HTM cultivates personnel who can be an immediate asset to the hospitality and tourism industries—such as hotels, airlines, travel and the wedding industry— by teaching students a wide range of necessary skills that will help them excel in their careers, including communication and management skills.

Major Subjects
English for TOEIC / Practical English / Service Communication Workshop / World Heritage Theory / Destination Research / Hospitality Theory / Airline Service Theory / Hotel Service Theory / Bridal and Funeral Business Theory / Airline Business Theory / Hotel Business Theory / Travel Agency Business Theory / Hospitality and Tourism Industry Research (food and beverages, concierge business networking, entertainment and theme park business, etc.) / Transport Economic Systems Theory / Special Lectures / Other

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