Tri-C Transfer Pathway

Transfer Degree Plan Associate of Arts to Bachelor of Science in Resort and Attraction Management

Suggested Tri-C Transfer Course Sequence

First Semester Credits
ENG 1010/101h English Composition I/Honors
3
MATH 1410 Elementary Probablity & Statistics 3
COMM 1010/101H Fund of Speech Communication/Honors 3
Elective OTM Natural Science w/lab 3-4
Elective #Elective
2-3
  14-16
Second Semester Credits
ENG 1020/102H English Composition II/Honors 3
MATH 1530/153H College Algebra/Honors 4
Elective
OTM Social/Behavioral Science, if needed 3
Elective OTM Arts & Humanities 3
Elective *International Perspective 3
  16
Third Semester Credits
ECON 2000 or 2010 Principles of Micro or Macro Economics 3
Elective
OTM Natural Science 3
Elective *OTM Arts & Humanities, if needed
3
Elective *Cultural Diversity 3
Elective #Elective
3
  15
#*More Information Below
Fourth Semester Credits
Elective *OTM Social/Behavioral Science, if needed 3
Elective
*OTM Arts & Humanities, if needed 3
Elective #Elective
3
Elective #Elective 3
Elective #Elective
3
  15
Associate of Arts Degree Awarded
Total Hours: 60-62

Students are required to complete all degree requirements with a minimum of 12 credits of advanced coursework and 36-40 credits of the Ohio Transfer Module (OTM) of the 60 semester credits.

BGSU Cedar FairResort and Attraction Management (RAAM) Course Sequence
Summer I Session

RAAM 3000 Introduction to Resort and Attraction Management (3 credits) and RAAM 3050 Introductory Co-Op (3 credits)

Fifth Semester Credits
RAAM 3100 Managerial Accounting & Finance for
Resorts and Attractions
3
RAAM 3200
Management Info Systems for
Resorts and Attractions
3
RAAM 3300 Guest Service Management for
Resorts and Attractions
3
RAAM 3400 Merchandise and Gaming Management for Resorts and Attraction Management 3
RAAM 3410 Prof Development Experiene I
1
  13
Sixth Semester Credits
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 Prof Development Experiene II
1
  13

Summer II Session

RAAM 4050 Advanced Co-Op (3 credits)

Seventh Semester Credits
RAAM 4000 Legal Environment of Resort 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
  14
Eighth Semester Credits
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 Prof Development Experiene IV
1
  13
Bachelor of Arts Degree Awarded
Total Hours: 62

Tri-C degree requirements can be fulfilled for OTM Arts & Humanities andSocial and Behavior Sciences by selecting courses below satisfying BGSUInternational Perspective and Cultural Diversity in the US courses.

BGSU ADVISING NOTES

Bowling Green Perspective (BGP) courses:
  • A minimum of 36 hours of BGP courses must be completed(this is done by following the Associate of Arts to Bachelor of Science in Resort and Attraction Management Degree Plan/Transfer Pathway and including the International Perspective and Cultural Diversity in the US requirements below)
  • International Perspective–choose onefrom the following Tri-C courses:
    • Humanities and Arts: ART 2020, ART 2030, ENG 2700, MUS 1050
    • Social and Behavioral Science: ANTH 1010, ANTH 2010, GEOG 1010, HIST 1010, HIST101H,HIST 1020, HIST 102H, POL 2030, POL 2070
    • FREN 2010, FREN 2020, GER 2010, GER 2020, SPAN 2010, SPAN 2020(FREN, GER, SPAN does not satisfy OTM requirements)
  • Cultural Diversity in the US - Choose one from the following Tri-C Courses:
    • Humanities and Arts: ENG 2510, ENG 2520
    • Social and Behavioral Science: HIST 1510, HIST 151H, SOC 2310, SOC 2550, UST 2020, WST 1510
  • Foreign Language requirement:
    • Students who have not completed study of a language other than English in high school, may successfully complete two semesters of the same language (other than English) at the university level. The Foreign Language Admission Requirement will apply to transfer students who have completed fewer than 30 semester hours of credit-bearing post-secondary courses, but will not apply to those students who have completed 30 or more semester hours of credit-bearing post-secondary courses at BGSU Firelands or at another college or university. More information on BGSU’s foreign language requirement.
#Suggestions for Tri-C Elective hours, if needed:
  • These are not required, but are options: BADM 1040, BADM 1210, IT 1090/109H, HOSP 1010, HOSP 1040, HOSP 1180, HOSP 2380
RESORT AND ATTRACTION MANAGEMENT (RAAM) PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
  • Transfer-student friendly, degree completion program utilizing a cohort model where students take RAAM courses during their junior and senior years at a brand new multipurpose facility in downtown Sandusky
  • The only program of its kind in the U.S., co-developed by BGSU and Cedar Fair Entertainment Company
  • Two guaranteed, paid, customizable co-ops at one of the many Cedar Fair parks or another similar establishment
  • Scholarships:
  • Opportunities for management positions in a growing field in Ohio and beyond