The 125-credit Hospitality Management Bachelor of Science Degree Program is comprised of a rich and diverse blend of learning experiences inclusive of courses in communications, math, liberal arts, sciences and the business disciplines necessary for effective practice in the hospitality sector. Listed below is a partial summary of the core professional studies and experiential learning curriculum.
|Freshman Year||Principles of Economics (Macro)|
|Intro to Hospitality Management||Principles of Economics (Micro)|
|Career Paths/Hospitality||Intro to International Business|
|Professional Effectiveness||Junior Year|
|Work Experience I||Food/Beverage Management|
|Personal Computing||Hospitality Finance|
|Principles of Marketing||Global Topics I|
|Sophomore Year||Global Topics II|
|Managerial Accounting||Work Experience III|
|Leadership/Human Resource Management||Management Information Systems|
|Facility Management||Hospitality Marketing|
|Writing in Professional Cultures||Senior Year|
|Current Issues in Hospitality||Revenue Management and Technology in Decision Making|
|Hospitality Management and the Law||Strategic Career Planning|
|Work Experience II||Strategic Career Execution|
|Legal Environment of Business|
Hospitality Majors are also required to select four electives from those listed below.
Business/Commercial Law, Intro to Public Relations, PR Events & Promotions, Intro to Entrepreneurship, Special Topics, Independent Study, Labor Relations, Tourism Marketing, Special Events Management, Theater Construction. Electives in development include: Club Management, Hospitality Technology, Institutional Food Service Management, Entertainment Venue Management, Travel and Tourism Management, Wine and Spirits, Franchising in the Hospitality Sector and Rooms Division Management
The Career Development Series for hospitality majors is designed to prepare students to learn by doing under the guidance of professionals in the field, as well as their supervising college professors.
Students will learn from experience by: