RAAM Course Requirements

BG PERSPECTIVE (BGP) REQUIREMENTS* RAAM COURSES (62 credits)
Must complete at least 1 course in each of the following: Summer I Session
  • English Composition and Oral Communication
  • Quantitative Literacy
  • RAAM 3000 Introduction to Resort and Attraction Management (3)
  • RAAM 3050 Introductory Co-Op (3)
Must complete at least 2 courses in each of the following: Fall I Session
  • Humanities and the Arts
  • Natural Sciences – at least one Lab Science required
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences
    *BGP Credits: Must Total At Least 36
  • RAAM 3100 Managerial Accounting & Finance for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 3200 Management Information Systems for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 3300 Guest Service Management for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 3400 Merchandise and Gaming Management for Resort and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 3410 Professional Development Experience I (1)
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS Spring I Session

Note: Designated courses in the Humanities and the Arts, and the Social and Behavioral Sciences domains may be used to fulfill both a BGP requirement and one of the following university requirements:

  • Cultural Diversity in the U.S.
  • International Perspective
  • Composition Requirement
    o WRIT 1120 Research Writing
  • RAAM 3500 Food and Beverage Operations for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 3600 Marketing Management, Advertising and Social Media for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 3700 Entertainment and Event Management for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 3800 Lodging Operations for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 3420 Professional Development Experience II (1)
MATH REQUIREMENTS Summer II Session
  • MATH 1150 Introduction to Statistics (3)
  • MATH 1220 College Algebra II (4)
  • RAAM 4050 Advanced Co-Op (3)
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT** Fall II Session
  • ECON 2020 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
    OR ECON 2030 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
    **Can Apply Toward BGP Requirements
  • RAAM 4000 Legal Environment of Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 4100 Managerial Communication and Decision Making for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 4200 Leadership and Strategic Management for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 4300 Facilities and Property Management for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 4500 Senior Capstone I (1)
  • RAAM 4410 Professional Development III (1)
UNIVERSITY ELECTIVES (to reach a total of at least 122 credits) Spring II Session
 
  • RAAM 4600 Human Resource Management for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 4700 Risk Management and Safety for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 4800 Operation Planning and Supply Chain Management for Resorts and Attractions (3)
  • RAAM 4900 Senior Capstone II (3)
  • RAAM 4420 Professional Development Experience IV (1)