Jan 18, 2020
The Bachelor of Science with a major in hospitality management gives you a solid academic education combined with extensive training in hospitality business skills, using the best modern technology. By getting your certification in hospitality, nutrition and food science, you will also be prepared to begin a career in teaching.
The department offers the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in hospitality management leading to certification in Hospitality, Nutrition and Food Science (grades 8–12).
Hospitality, Nutrition and Food Science
60 hours, including:
Other course requirements (3 hours)
See major requirements.
Admission to teacher education
Prior to enrolling in the first education courses, students must have:
- Completed a minimum of 60 semester hours, including the University Core Curriculum. (See “General University Requirements” in the Academics section of this catalog. Programs in teacher education require specific courses contained in parts of the University Core Curriculum to satisfy particular degree requirements. Students should consult program advisors for best choices in the core.);
- A 2.75 UNT GPA;
- A 2.75 overall GPA (includes courses transferred to UNT, plus all courses taken at UNT);
- Passed the THEA test (with test scores of 240 reading; 230 math and 220 writing; contact the Student Advising Office in Matthews Hall, Room 105, for further information on the THEA requirement); and
- Formally applied and been admitted to Teacher Education through the College of Education Student Advising Office in Matthews Hall, Room 105.
Professional education requirements, 21 hours
Reading/English/language arts, 3 hours
Internship (student teaching), 6 hours
Eligibility for teacher certification and endorsements
Teacher certification is a function of the State Board for Educator Certification. Completion of the bachelor’s degree and the required education courses does not necessarily result in certification by the agency. In order to receive recommendation for teacher certification through the University of North Texas, students must have:
- Successfully completed an approved teacher education program for the preparation of secondary teachers;
- Successfully completed student teaching, including attendance at appropriate seminars and passing a comprehensive teacher preparation examination; and
- Passed the content examination from the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences.
Students completing course requirements for the Family and Consumer Sciences teacher certificate will be eligible to apply to the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences for the Certified Family and Consumer Science credential.