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IS Emphasis in Hospitality Management

Requirements

Total Program Credits: 18

Discipline Core Requirements:   18 Credits
Complete the following:   
  HM 1130   Hotel Operations I 3
  HM 3390   Hotel Operations II 3
Complete 12 credits from the following:  12
  HM 3020   Hospitality Managerial Accounting  (4.0)  
  HM 3050   Country Club Management  (3.0)  
  HM 3150   Hospitality Finance  (3.0)  
  HM 3200   Global Tourism  (3.0)  
  HM 3640   Food and Beverage Controls  (3.0)  
  HM 3710   Marketing of Hospitality Services  (3.0)  
  HM 4550   Hospitality Industry Management  (3.0)  
  LEGL 3100   Hospitality Law  (3.0)  

Note: A minimum of 2.5 GPA in all Woodbury School of Business courses, and no grade lower than a C- required for graduation.

Graduation Plan

Semester 1 Course Title or Text Credit Hours
  Social/Beh. Science Dist. (PSY 1010 Suggested) 3
PES 1097 Fitness for Life 2
  General Electives 9
  Semester total: 14
Semester 2 Course Title or Text Credit Hours
  Fine Arts Distribution 3
  Humanities Dest. (COMM 1020 Recommend) 3
  American Insitutions 3
ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing 3
MAT 1010 Intermediate Algebra (General Elective) 4
  Semester total: 16
Semester 3 Course Title or Text Credit Hours
  Physical Science Dist. (PHYS 2010 & 2015 recommended) 3
BIOL 1010 General Biology 3
ENGL 2920 Intermediate Writing - Science and Technology 3
CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry 4
MATH 1050 College Algebra 4
  Semester total: 17
Semester 4 Course Title or Text Credit Hours
PHIL 205G Ethics and Values 3
ZOOL 2420 Human Physiology 3
ZOOL 2425 Human Physiology Lab 1
  Third Science Dist. (CHEM 1210 and 1215 Recommended) 3
ZOOL 2320 Human Anatomy 3
ZOOL 2425 Human Anatomy Lab 1
  Semester total: 14
Semester 5 Course Title or Text Credit Hours
EXSC 270G Foundation of Exercise Science 3
EXSC 3500 Kinesiology 3
MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics  
or BESC 3010 Statistics for Behavioral Science 4
EXSC 3270 Exercise Testing and Prescription 3
EXSC 2500 Sports Medicine 3
EXSC 2510 Sports Medicine Lab 1
  Semester total: 17
Semester 6 Course Title or Text Credit Hours
EXSC 4300 Research Methods in Exercise Science and Outdoor Rec 3
EXSC 3550 Motor Learning and Development 3
EXSC 3850 Ethical Concerns in Exercise Science 3
EXSC 3700 Exercise Physiology 3
EXSC 3705 Exercise Physiology Lab 1
  EXSC Elective 3
  Semester total: 16
Semester 7 Course Title or Text Credit Hours
EXSC 3730 Biomechanics 3
  EXSC Electives 4
  General Electives 5
  Semester total: 12
Semester 8 Course Title or Text Credit Hours
EXSC 3750 Psychosocial Aspects of Human Preformance 2
  EXSC Electives 6
EXSC 4950 Senior Seminar 2
  General Electives 4
  Semester total: 14
  Degree total: 120

Department

Name:

Integrated Studies

Location:

LI 5th floor

Telephone:

801-863-8455

Email:

mark.olson@uvu.edu

Web Address:

uvu.edu/is

Chair:

Wayne B. Hanewicz

 
 

Mission Statement

The Program in Integrated Studies serves students with interests and capabilities in more than one scholarly discipline. The degree trades disciplinary depth for breadth and for cross-disciplinary research and writing that culminate in a senior thesis. The Program encourages and supports interdisciplinary study across campus.

Special Program Characteristics

  • Students engage in interdisciplinary work that culminates in a senior thesis.
    • Students receive one-on-one feedback from multiple faculty advisors throughout their senior thesis process.
    • Students completing the Integrated Studies degree have developed skills in thinking, problem solving, collaborative work, gathering and analyzing data, writing, and speaking, and have done so on the foundation of solid (but not exhaustive) disciplinary emphases.
    • Faculty do campus-wide interdisciplinary work that includes team teaching across disciplines and collaborative projects.
    • The campus and local community benefit from our lecture series and our interdisciplinary conferences, as well as from our student-published journal.
 
 

Integrated Studies

  • Advisor: Lynne Hetzel 
  • Telephone: 801-863-6485
  • Email:  lynne.hetzel@uvu.edu
  • Appointments: Please call 801-863-8455

Curriculum

The individualized nature of the Integrated Studies degree is attractive to students with multiple interests. Students integrate course work in emphases such as biology, earth science, business, health, literature, languages, communication, philosophy, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and the arts. Emphases from computer science and information systems, accounting, technology management, and physical education are also offered as part of this degree.

Summary of the Degree

  • After becoming familiar with the material on the IS website , meet with advisors to plan course work. Various emphases may require specific courses and minimum grades. 2.5 GPA required for application.
  • Become matriculated into Integrated Studies by submitting an academic plan which must be signed by department advisors and the Integrated Studies committee.
  • Complete two approved 18-21 credit hour emphases from the following colleges/schools: College of Humanities and Social Sciences; College of Science and Health; College of Technology and Computing; School of the Arts; Woodbury School of Business. More than 40 emphasis areas are available. For a list, please visit www.uvu.edu/is.
  • Complete the Integrated Studies Discipline Core with a minimum grade of C- in each class.
  • Complete forty hours of upper-division course work as part of the requirements in the emphasis areas & IS Core.
  • Complete thirty hours of course work in residency at UVU; at least 10 of these must be completed at UVU within the last 45 credit hours earned.
  • For a Bachelor of Arts degree, students must complete the 202G/2020 class in the chosen foreign language. For a Bachelor of Science degree, students must complete either MATH 1210 or MATH 2040 or BESC 3010 or MGMT 2340.
 
 

Faculty

Scott Abbott(1999)

Professor

Department: Integrated Studies
Faculty



B.A., M.A. German Literature, Philosophy minor, Brigham Young University; Ph.D., German Literature, Princeton University.

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Kim Abunuwara(2013)

Assistant Professor

Department: Integrated Studies
Faculty



B.A., Ph.D., Theatre & Film, Brigham Young University; MFA, National Theatre Conservatory.

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Alan Clarke(2003)

Professor

Department: Integrated Studies
Faculty



LL.M. Human Rights Law, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario; J.D., College of William and Mary; Ph.D. (ABD), York University.

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Wayne Hanewicz(2004)

Professor

Department: Philosophy & Humantes
Department Chair

Department: Integrated Studies
Faculty

B.S., M.S., Michigan State University; Ph.D., University of Michigan (Interdisciplinary).

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Gregory Jackson(2014)

Lecturer

Department: Integrated Studies
Faculty



B.A., History, M.A., French Studies, Brigham Young University; Ph.D. (ABD), History, University of Utah.

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