The Business of Travel and Tourism
This summer, learn Travel and Tourism Management in one of the largest tourism centers in the world
Tourism is an economic engine in New York City with a record of over 50 million visitors in 2011. This industry is diverse and provides many opportunities for business entrepreneurs in tours, hotels, restaurants, technology, transportation, entertainment and other services. Whether you are working, looking for a job, wanting to start your own business or finishing up your degree, the Business of Travel and Tourism two-course discounted summer package is an ideal tool for sharpening your marketability in this competitive employment environment while learning about an exciting career with global employability in the 21st century.
What is the curriculum? Click below on course names for full descriptions and schedule.
- Contemporary Business Practices (BUS 150) if you haven’t had any business courses or have less than a year of business experience.
- Managerial and Organizational Concepts (MGT 250) if you have worked in business for at least a year or have taken some business classes.
- Organization Behavior (MGT 322) if you have had some business experience or some business classes and you’ve had a basic course in Principles of Management.