Tourism Management

Travel is among the top 10 industries in 49 states and D.C. in terms of employment.

Direct spending on leisure travel by domestic and international travelers totaled $683.1 billion in 2016.

U.S. residents logged 1.7 billion person-trips for leisure purposes in 2016.
U.S. Travel Answer Sheet

Employment Opportunities

Convention & Visitors Bureaus Manager
Cruise Management
Destination Management or Marketing
Local Government
Outdoor and Adventure Travel
Tour Operations/Entrepreneurs
Tourist Information Center Manager
Travel Agent/Manager


Tourism Management Faculty:

Mark Gleason, Assistant Professor

Mark Gleason, Assistant Professor

HTM 202 - International Tourism | HTM 368 - Geotourism | HTM 402 - Tourism Policy Issues

Dr. Gleason's Profile

Patty Janes, Associate Professor

Patty Janes, Professor

HTM 375 - Hospitality Research | HTM 452 - Hospitality & Tourism Marketing

Dr. Janes' Profile

Robert Robins, Affiliate Professor

Robert Robins, Senior Affiliate Professor

HTM 213 - Introduction to Food & Beverage Management | HTM 250 - Food Production & Kitchen Management | HTM 268 - Adventure Tourism | HTM 333 - Hospitality Facilities Management

Mr. Robins' Profile

A. Scott Rood, Assistant Professor and Assistant Department Chair

A. Scott Rood, Assistant Professor

HTM 235 - Tourism & Commercial Recreation Systems

Mr. Rood's Profile

Michael Scantlebury, Associate Professor

Michael Scantlebury, Associate Professor

HTM 101 - Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism | HTM 202 - International Tourism | HTM 375 - Hospitality and Tourism Research

Dr. Scantlebury's Profile