Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management prepares leaders for major hospitality industry segments through academic and research programs that value quality of life, business success, collaborative partnerships, creative approaches and ethical principles. Faculty members have advanced degrees in hospitality management and professional work experience in restaurants, hotels, club management, on-site food service, catering businesses and conference centers.
The undergraduate degree program in hospitality management prepares leaders for careers in major hospitality industry segments through academic and research programs valuing quality of life, business success, collaborative partnerships, creative approaches, and ethical principles.
Graduates from the program will demonstrate fundamental knowledge of hospitality operations, competence in business practices and managerial decision making, effective written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills including professional behavior, collaborative relationships, and proficiency in networking and analytical thinking and problem solving.
The Hospitality Management Program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration. Faculty have advanced degrees in hospitality management and relevant professional management work experience in restaurants, hotels, country clubs, and on-site food service management.
Students have a wide variety of opportunities to interact with industry professionals through guest lectures, class projects including property visits, the required practicum, the student-industry professional mentoring program, Annual Hospitality Management Career Fair, student chapters of CMAA, PCMA, and ESD, Campus Kitchens Project, and the Schwebel Guest Lecture Series.