College of Hospitality, Retail, and Sport Management
David Cárdenas, Interim Dean
Samuel Todd, Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs, and Operations
Karen Edwards, Interim Associate Dean of Academic Programs
Kathy Smiling, Assistant Dean of Student Services
Adonis Sporty Jeralds, Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion
Marianne C. Bickle, Director, Interdisciplinary Studies and Online Learning
Matt Brown, Chair, Department of Sport and Entertainment Management
Robin B. DiPietro, Director, School of Hospitality and Tourism Management
Jeffery M. Campbell, Chair, Department of Retailing
The College of Hospitality, Retail, and Sport Management offers:
- Event Management Minor
- Hospitality Management, B.S.
- Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management Minor
- Retailing, B.S.
- Retailing Minor
- Services Management, B.A.I.S.
- Sport and Entertainment Management, B.S.
- Sport and Entertainment Management Minor
- Tourism Management, B.S.
The requirements for continuing scholastic eligibility are determined by the statement on academic standing covering suspension, probation, and graduation as stated in the University bulletin. Acceptance to the professional division is based upon courses completed, GPA, and where applicable, practicum performance. Progression requirements for individual departments are specified under each department heading.
To be eligible for graduation, students in the College of Hospitality, Retail, and Sport Management must meet all course requirements, be in good standing, and meet any specific departmental requirements as well as University requirements. A minimum grade of C is required in ENGL 101, ENGL 102 and all departmental courses used to satisfy major or professional area requirements. Individual departments may stipulate additional courses that require a minimum grade in order to be applied toward that major.
Any additional departmental requirements are indicated under each departmental heading.
When students enroll in a particular course, they obligate themselves for all of the work which may be assigned. Absences, excused or not, do not absolve students of this responsibility. Punctual and regular attendance is vital to the discharge of this obligation.
Faculty members will notify students specifically of the attendance policy they intend to follow in each class. An instructor may impose a grade penalty for absence in excess of 10 percent of regularly scheduled class meetings.