Admissions: Programs of Study

Hospitality Management

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in hospitality management are expected to grow 12% through the year 2016. Hospitality management is a career path that involves many different disciplines, including marketing, finance, revenue management, food service, management and customer service.

The Hospitality Management Program prepares students to perform managerial-level jobs in enterprises and institutions of the service sector that have lodging and/or food service components. The service sector includes lodging, food service, tourism, recreation industries, and institutions such as hospitals and schools.

Practical experiences are supplied by courses and internships.

64 credits in Business and in Nutrition and Dietics are required in the Hospitality Management Program. In addition to classroom learning, you will also have opportunities to pursue a number of high-profile internships, including Walt Disney World Company, Lake Buena Vista, FL; The Opryland Hotel and Convention Center, Nashville, TN; The Resort Center of Hilton Head, SC; and local hotels, restaurants, and resorts in the Pocono area.


    Degree: Bachelor of Business Arts - BBA
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    College: Munley College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    Department Website: Business and Global Innovation, School of

    Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1


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