Graduates with concentration in Hospitality Management acquire a solid business and managerial foundation as well as specialized training in this field. Students take courses in a broad range of concepts, practices, and issues specific to the service and hospitality industry – helping them develop the skills and knowledge to work directly with customers or behind the scenes to ensure a more pleasurable guest experience. Graduates are prepared to be leaders in settings such as hotels, food and beverage industry, travel and tourism, casinos, resorts and spa services, and entertainment and sports venues. Graduates would be able to find jobs as hotel night auditor, front-line managers of food preparation workers, and front-line managers of food servers, food service manager, and other related fields.
COURSES IN Hospitality Management
- Introduction to Hospitality Management
- Technology in the Hospitality
- Ethical Hospitality Management
- Convention and Event Management
- Hospitality Human Resources and Supervision