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Wine and Beverage Business Management

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Wine and Beverage Business Management (120 Hours)

WBBM Requirements
In addition to the certification and graduation requirements listed in the Carson College of Business (CCB) section of this catalog, all students majoring in Wine and Beverage Business Management (WBBM) must complete 1,000 hours of work experience in the hospitality industry. In order for the 1,000 hours of work experience to count for the requirement, they must meet the following criteria:

1) Hours must be worked after high-school graduation
2) All hours must be documented as paid
3) Hours must be worked at a company whose primary source of revenue is derived from hospitality services
4) The employer evaluation for the hours must reflect an average of 80% across the ratings criteria on the form

Note: Requirements displayed in this section apply to students certifying into Business in Fall 2020 or later.

First Year
First TermHours
B A 1003
BIOLOGY 120 [BSCI]4
ECONS 101 [SSCI] or 102 [SSCI]13
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG] or 105 [WRTG]13
MATH 20123
Second TermHours
B A 1021
CHEM 101 [PSCI]4
HBM 1011
HISTORY 105 [ROOT]3
MATH 202 [QUAN]33
VIT ENOL 1133
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 1
Apply for certification into the College
Second Year
First TermHours
ACCTG 2303
B A 201, 202, and 203, or B A 2113
Diversity [DIVR]3
FRENCH 120 [HUM]3
HBM 2311
HBM 280 3
Consider studying abroad this summer4
Second TermHours
ACCTG 2313
B A 204, 205, and 206, or B A 2123
B LAW 2103
COM 102 [COMM], H D 205 [COMM], or MKTG 279 [COMM]13 or 4
MGTOP 21554
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 2
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermHours
ECONS 101 or 10213
ENGLISH 402 or 403 3
HBM 3583
MIS 2503
VIT ENOL 3133
Second TermHours
FIN 3253
HBM 381 [M]3
HBM 4903
MKTG 3603
Social Science or Humanities Elective63
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 3
Fourth Year
First TermHours
Arts [ARTS]3
COMSTRAT 312, 380, ENTRP 490 [M], MKTG 368, 407, or MKTG 4773
HBM 4011
HBM 494 [M]3
I BUS 3803
International Experience Requirement 40-3
Second TermHours
FS/VIT ENOL 4223
HBM 3503
HBM 493 [CAPS]3
International Experience Requirement or Electives 42 or 3
Social Science or Humanities Elective63
Complete Carson College Career Amplifier Program Year 4
Complete 1,000-hour work experience

Footnotes
1For Students in the Honors Program: ECONS 198 is an approved substitute for ECONS 101 and 102; COM 102/H D 205/MKTG 279 requirement is waived; HONORS 198 is an approved substitute for HBM 101; ENGLISH 198 is an approved substitute for ENGLISH 101; ACCTG 298 is an approved substitute for ACCTG 230 and 231. Honors students may need to enroll in elective coursework to meet University requirement of 120 credits.
2MATH 201 will be waived with an ALEKS score of 80% or higher, or the completion of MATH 202 or equivalent. MATH 106 will be accepted as an alternative to MATH 201 for transfer students.
3Alternative to MATH 202 is MATH 140 or 171.
4All students must complete the International Experience Requirement. Options for completing the requirement can be found in the Carson College of Business Academic Unit section of the catalog under Business. Students should consult with their advisor to determine the best option.
5MATH/STAT 212 will be accepted as alternative to MGTOP 215 for transfer students.
6Social Science or Humanities Electives (6 credits) Any courses in ANTH, CRM J, DTC, ECONS, ENGLISH (excluding ENGLISH 402 or 403), FINE ART, FOR LANG, HISTORY, HONORS 270, 280, 370, 380, H D, POL S, PSYCH, SOC, and WOMEN ST not used to fulfill other (including UCORE) requirements.

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