B.S. in Hospitality Management

The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management provides students broad exposure to the hospitality industry and helps them develop business competencies in its key segments, including hotels and lodging; food and beverages; and tourism; meetings and events. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, of the 8.9 million jobs expected to be created between 2021 and 2031, 23.1% are projected to be in the hospitality industry.

This program offers students business specific ideas and training in the managerial skillsets necessary for operation management in a growing industry. Through this hospitality business-focused education, students will know how to financially manage hospitality operations and how to communicate with investors and partnering organizations for financial and operational success.

The 120-credit Bachelor of Science degree program in Hospitality Management combines business practices and understanding about the social science of hospitality. Courses will include studies of financial reports specific to various hospitality industry operations, investigation of interconnected industries within the hospitality field, exploration of the psychological rationale of consumers and suppliers, and analysis of current and future industry trends.


School of Business

Graziela Fusaro, Dean