RTM Minors

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The Recreation and Tourism Management Program offers two minors designed to supplement the education of students seeking professional careers in tourism, recreation, hospitality and leisure fields. The RTM Minor provides an overview of the discipline, while the Ski Area Management Minor offers a focused winter time education. Contact us to learn how an RTM Minor is an excellent addition to your Concord education.

 

Recreation and Tourism Management Minor


The minor in RTM is designed for students seeking professional careers in tourism, recreation, hospitality and leisure fields. This program prepares students for careers in state and local parks, resorts and recreation service companies, lodging and hospitality, restaurants and food service, and public or private organizations that develop and promote the tourism and sports industries.

Recreation and Tourism Management Minor Requirements

21 Credit Hours

  • RTM 100 Introduction to Recreation and Tourism Management (3)
  • Eighteen (18) credit hours of Recreation and Tourism Management electives

 

Ski Area Management Minor


The Recreation and Tourism Management program offers a minor in Ski Area Management for students who want in-depth experience in this aspect of the resort industry.

Ski Area Management Minor Requirements

21 Credit Hours

  • RTM 348 Ski Area Management (3) 
  • RTM 358 Ski Management Practicum (3) 

Fifteen (15) credit hours from the following courses (to be selected in consultation with program faculty)

  • MKT 305 Principles of Marketing (3) 
  • RTM 355 Tourism Promotion (3) 
  • RTM 358 Ski Management Practicum (3) 
  • RTM 360 Special Topics in Recreation and Tourism (1-6) *
  • RTM 460 Recreation and Tourism Management Internship (3-12) 

* May be retaken for credit with permission of instructor