BS in Hospitality Management with Emphasis in Food and Beverage Management
Degree Program Description
The hospitality industry plays a vital role in U.S. economic development and employment, as well as in the global communities. While running a business requires strong marketing, finance and communication skills, the hospitality industry requires all these and more. Hospitality managers must create an experience for guests so unique and memorable that they are satisfied and want to return repeatedly. A B.S. in Hospitality Management provides students with all the business and managerial skills needed to succeed in a wide variety of hospitality and sport management careers. The curriculum includes core business skills and core Hospitality Management skills. In the B.S. in Hospitality Management with emphasis in Food and Beverage Management, whether in the kitchen supervising the production of a variety of food, managing inventory and controlling costs, or in the dining room entertaining guests and delivering quality service, students are provided the business tools to successfully manage a restaurant. Those same tools can also be used to operate a full service catering business and other food service establishments.
Major Program Requirements
Food & Beverage Management Requirements
|HSP_MGMT 2300||Fundamentals of the Food and Beverage Industry||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3300||Food Production Management||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3310||Food Service Budgeting and Controls||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3320||Beverage Management||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4380W||Managing Food Service Businesses - Writing Intensive||3|
|Hospitality Professional Electives||15|
Online Degree Program
Hospitality Management now offers the BS in Hospitality Management with an emphasis in Food and Beverage Management in an online format through Mizzou Online.
|HSP_MGMT 1100||3||CHEM 1100||3|
|F_S 1030 or BIO_SC 1010||3||ABM 1042||3|
|ABM 1041||3||AG_ED_LD 2220 or COMMUN 1200||3|
|Social Science||3||MATH 1100||3|
|Humanities||3||State Law Course||3|
|HSP_MGMT 2100||3||HSP_MGMT 2190||1|
|ENGLSH 1000||3||FINANC 2000||3|
|AG_ED_LD 2250 or 2260||3||MRKTNG 3000||3|
|Approved Physical Science, Biological Science, or Math||3||Math Reasoning Proficiency||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3100||3||HSP_MGMT 4110||3||HSP_MGMT 4993||3|
|ACCTCY 2010 or 2036||3||MANGMT 3000||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3310||3||HSP_MGMT 3300||3|
|Professional Elective||3||Professional Elective||3|
|Unrestricted Elective||3||Professional Elective||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4180||3||HSP_MGMT 4100W||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3320||3||Professional Elective||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4380W||3||Professional Elective||3|
|Unrestricted Elective||5||Unrestricted Elective||3|
|Total Credits: 120|
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