The University offers its B.A. in Hospitality Management for working professionals and students interested in furthering their education or to develop skills related to this exciting and international industry.
Welcome to the fascinating world of hospitality management. If you're invested in developing working knowledge of an industry based on quality customer service then consider a university and hospitality degree program that is service oriented. The program is taught entirely online by engaging and highly credentialed instructors, many who draw on their own leadership experience in hospitality and related industries. At the University, hospitality faculty members share their knowledge of industry best practices used around the world today.
Students learn unique principles in hospitality management along with applicable concepts in marketing, law, revenue management, and strategic planning disciplines. In addition, students have the flexibility to also focus their studies in popular concentrations ranging from food service, lodging, meeting and event planning, and tourism.
The hospitality management program is continually assessed and updated based on guidance from industry advisory councils. This ensures that the University students learn timely information and are prepared to harness emerging trends in hospitality management. Whether you're interested in developing professional skills related to this global enterprise or are seeking a comprehensive bachelor’s degree, the hospitality management program provides a flexible and dynamic academic experience entirely online.
This program has been designed in consultation with business leaders and industry advisory councils, and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
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