The curriculum focuses on preparing students for managerial positions in the hospitality industry. Careers include management and entrepreneurial positions in time-share organizations, private clubs, lodging and food service operations, and the private and public tourism sectors. Click here for the suggested full-time program plan of study.
Syllabi are available in the Department of Hospitality Management Office.
The Hospitality Management Internship course (BHRM 495) is a three credit-hour course. The course requires a minimum of 400 hours of work experience in the field of hospitality or tourism. The internship placement is chosen in consultation with the students' academic advisor and is normally taken by senior students.