BS in Hospitality Management with Emphasis in Lodging Management
Degree Program Description
The hospitality industry plays a vital role in U.S. economic development and employment, as well as in the global community. While running a business requires strong marketing, finance and communication skills, the hospitality industry requires all this and more. Hospitality managers must creat an experience for guests so unique they'll not only want to come back but they'll also want to bring friends. A BS 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. The BS in Hospitality Management with emphasis in Lodging Management, graduates manage and operate a hotel, lodge or resort that serves a specific audience or the general public. Graduates use their business and entrepreneurial skills to set their establishment apart from the competition by becoming the place everyone wants to go for those memorable family vacations or romantic weekend getaways.
Major Program Requirements
Lodging Management Emphasis Requirements
|HSP_MGMT 3193||Hotel Organization and Structure (Course number changes to HSP_MGMT 2400 effective Spring 2017)||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3343||Hotel Operations and Management (Course number changes to HSP_MGMT 3400 effective Spring 2017)||3|
|HSP_MGMT 3420 (course effective Spring 2017)||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4353||Hotel Finance Management (Course number changes to HSP_MGMT 4400 effective Spring 2017)||3|
|HSP_MGMT 4994||Lodging Management Leadership (Course number changes to HSP_MGMT 4480 effective Spring 2017)||3|
|Hospitality Professional Electives||15|
Refer to the Semester Plan for the BS in Hospitality Management.
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