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According to the Department of Labor, leisure and hospitality employment are at an all time high and are projected to increase 3% higher than the “all industry sector” over the next eight years. Increases in population, dual income families and dining sophistication will contribute to growth in the food industry. Additionally, hotel operations are becoming increasingly more complex, creating a demand for people with special skills obtained through education. Students graduating with a major in hospitality management will be prepared professionals, ready to enter an emergent job market.


Program Requirements:

  • Business Courses (9 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    ACC100 Accounting I 3
    BUS100 Management I 3
    BUS110 Business Law 3
  • Related Courses (9 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    CIS107 Computer Applications 3
    MAT150 Statistics I 3
    MAT220 Discrete Mathematics 3
  • Major Courses (18 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    BUS101 Fundamentals of Management in the Hospitality Industry 3
    BUS102 Hospitality and Information Technology 3
    BUS103 Hospitality and Facilities Management 3
    BUS105 Hospitality Marketing Strategy 3
    BUS106 Management of Hospitality Personnel 3
    BUS107 Law as Related to the Hospitality Industry 3
  • Open Elective (3 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    Elective 3

 Total Credits: 39