The courses offered by the Program are categorized into core courses (required courses for 14 credits), liberal arts education (elective courses for 10 credits), college-required courses (16 credits), program-required courses (50 credits, including basic courses for 31 credits, program-exclusive courses for 15 credits, and capstone courses for 4 credits), concentration courses (elective courses for 15 credits), and other elective courses for 20 credits; the total credits required for graduation is 135 (including zero credit-bearing required courses of service education). In addition to general courses, the Program aims at a strong balance of theory and practice, and hence offers the courses Practical Training and Internship, which allow students to understand the workplace culture and current trends in the industry from hands-on experience gained via a six-month internship under the industry-university cooperation.

In terms of concentration courses, students may select from two concentrations, Leisure Tourism or Tourism Culinary, based on their interests and career planning. By offering such courses as well as diverse learning opportunities, the Program expects to cultivate students to develop professional competences in line with their capabilities and aptitudes.