This is a well-rounded career program designed to prepare students for the travel and tourism industry, including: travel agencies, cruise lines, transportation companies, resorts and hotels, tourism companies, and corporate travel departments. The certificate program consists of 14 internet based courses. Students may enroll in individual courses to increase their skills and knowledge in areas of specific interest. EACH COURSE IS 8 WEEKS LONG AND IS OFFERED TWICE IN A SEMESTER. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION WHEN REGISTERING! THE TRAVEL COURSES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FINANCIAL AID.
|TRVL 1010 Intro to Hospitality & Travel||2 Cr.||TRVL 1050 Travel Sales & Tickets||2 Cr.|
|TRVL 1020 Travel Destinations||2 Cr.||TRVL 1090 Ground Transportation||2 Cr.|
|TRVL 1030 Travel Reservations||2 Cr.||TRVL 2010 Hotels & Lodging||1 Cr.|
|TRVL 1040 Automated Air Reservations||2 Cr.||TRVL 2015 Automated Travel Accommodations**||1 Cr.|
|TRVL 1060 Air Fare US Domestic*||2 Cr.||TRVL 2020 The Cruise Market||2 Cr.|
|TRVL 1070 ARC Documents*||1 Cr.||TRVL 2030 Selling Vacation Packages & Tours||2 Cr.|
|TRVL 1080 Automated Air Fare & Tickets*||2 Cr.||TRVL 2040 Fares & Tickets International||1 Cr.|
*TRVL 1040 is a prerequisite for TRVL 1060,1070, and 1080. It is highly recommended students take these four courses together, concurrently.
**TRVL 1040 and 1080 are prerequisites for TRVL 2015. Make sure you have completed these two courses prior to enrolling.
Drop rates for a full refund follow the academic calendar deadlines. However, if the drop date is after the deadline, the program coordinator will approve or deny any appeal. Please note, there is a $79.00 per course, non-refundable fee (no exceptions).