The rapidly growing hospitality industry offers various management careers in food and beverage, hotel and culinary arts. A balance of classroom, laboratory, and work experience opportunities combine in this program to provide management preparation for this challenging industry. The food and beverage concentration is primarily designed to prepare students for careers as restaurant managers.
This program of study is designed as a terminal degree for a specific career field.
1 Review General Education pages and/or consult advisor for correct selection.
This program participates in Cooperative Education which is available to eligible students as explained on the Cooperative Education pages. If a student is interested in completing a Hospitality Management internship along with the degree, coop experience must be taken for four semesters. See Steven Leake for details. Optional for Internship: HMGT 1931, HMGT 1932, HMGT 1933 and HMGT 1934.