The travel and tourism minor is an exciting program to help you learn about people, places, and cultures near and far. You’ll broaden your knowledge of the movement of people and the relationships between people and their environment.
If you’re interested in the world around you, a minor in travel and tourism is right for you.
This minor complements majors in:
What You Will Learn
Travel and tourism minors learn how to read maps accurately, produce maps, graphs, and other types of databases.
You will also learn:
- business skills
- skills in worldwide communication
- social interaction skills
This program consists of 21 credits in travel and tourism coursework.
If you want to learn more about this minor, contact William Price.
Total Credits: 21
A few of the classes you will take include:
- GEOG 121 Geology of the Cultural Environment
- GEOG 261 Tourism Systems
- GEOG 262 Tourism Regions
- GEOG 360 Tours and Meetings Management
- GEOG 460 Travel and Tourism Consulting
For a complete list of all courses and their descriptions, please see our Course Catalog.
Enroll in this Minor
To enroll in this minor, contact your advisor.