Cal Poly Pomonaâs Collins College of Hospitality Management is consistently ranked among the nationâs premier management programs.
All students in the bachelorâs hospitality-management program have an opportunity to oversee the Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch, the Collegeâs fine-dining restaurant. A new facility is under construction that will ensure that students will have the option of working at either the on-campus hotel or the on-campus restaurant.
Students select an emphasis in hotel/resort management, restaurant management, and/or club management. Student gain 800 hours of work experience in hospitality-related employment before they graduate.
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Bachelor of Science in Recreation, Hospitality, & Parks Management, Option in: Resort & Lodging Management.
The resort & lodging management (RLM) option prepares students for careers in hospitality management. Students learn general management skills, from customer service to leadership, in addition to a focus on hospitality, hotel & resort operations and food and beverage management.
Our graduates work in management positions at hotels, resorts, restaurants, conference facilities, convention centers and stadiums, country clubs, and wineries. They also work as convention and meeting planners and for concessionairessuch as Aramark, Compass Group, and Delaware North, at national parks and stadiums. Many graduates work for hotel chains such as Hyatt, Marriott International, Marriott Vacations Club, Omni Hotels, Hilton, and Fairmont, along with many independent and boutique hotels and resorts.
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The Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism Department at CSU East Bay prepares students to graduate as leaders in the field of hospitality, recreation, and tourism management as well as recreation therapy. Through experiential learning students apply their knowledge to seek and develop sustainable solutions that make a difference in the world.
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Nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Related Professions, the department offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Recreation Administration. The department offers an opportunity to specialize in Adventure Recreation, Community Recreation and Youth Services, Commercial Recreation and Event Management, Sports and Entertainment Facility Management, and Therapeutic Recreation.
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The Center for Entertainment and Hospitality Management links students to the entertainment media and hospitality industries. Center resources and events help prepare students in the College’s Entertainment and Hospitality Management academic program for career opportunities in both industries.
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Hospitality Management is offered as a Bachelor of Science degree in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences at California State University, Long Beach. It is designed to prepare students with the necessary background and expertise to excel as managers and leaders in the restaurant, foodservice, hotel, and lodging industries. The program provides a broad-based foundation in both academic and professional courses and includes hands-on practical experience.
The Hospitality Management program at CSULB is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration (ACPHA), a specialized accrediting body.
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Cal State Monterey Bay provides over 7,500 students an extraordinary opportunity to learn on a residential campus just one mile from the shores of the beautiful Monterey Bay. Our diverse student body receives personal attention in small classes while pursuing degrees in 25 undergraduate and seven graduate majors.
The school is ranked #1 in the world by the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.
The bachelorâs degree in hotel administration covers all aspects of hospitality management.Â Students work 800 hours in a hospitality-related field. Valuable internships are available.
Students can spend a semester or a year studying abroad. Students can also gain experience working at the Statler Hotel.
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According to the Gourman Report, Drexelâs hospitality-management program is typically ranked in the top tenth percentile of national programs. Philadelphia serves as the learning lab for the program.
The Program offers concentrations in gaming and resort management, food and beverage management, travel and tourism, and hotel administration. Students select a business minor in business administration, entrepreneurship, or marketing.
Students receive valuable on-the-job training during six months of full-time employment. The Academic Bistro is Drexelâs student-run restaurant/learning laboratory.
Students have the opportunity to study abroad atÂ Drexelâs London campus, and also have access to hundreds of partnering hotels and dining establishments.
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Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) has one of the nationâs oldest hospitality programs. The program has been rated by Princeton Reviewâs âGourman Reportâ as one of the top-15, four-year hospitality management programs out of more than 200 in the United States. The BA in Individualized Studies (BAIS) program allows students to specialize in hospitality management. Students study the basic hospitality curriculum.
The International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management provides easy access to New York City and Atlantic City, the center of the worldâs largest hospitality market. Students have opportunities to gain important hands-on training provided by affiliated hotel/restaurant/conference center properties and numerous clubs in the New York City and Atlantic City areas. Students are expected to gain 1,200 hours of diverse work experience.
Every year the International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management offers over 2,000 internship and career-track positions. The school has a network of more than 3,000 alumni in hospitality and tourism leadership positions across the world.
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The GW academic experience is firmly rooted in each of our ten undergraduate and graduate colleges and schools.Â Each school has a distinct identity, yet all work together to create a dynamic and interdisciplinary learning environment.Â They are listed below in the order of their founding.
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The Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality in Georgia Stateâs J. Mack Robinson College of Business is ranked among the nationâs top 25 hospitality programs, according to the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.Â
The School provides a program leadingÂ to theÂ bachelor of business administration in hospitality. The school provides a mentoring program. Students are prepared to enter the hospitality industry as a manager. Located in downtown Atlanta among world-class hotels, restaurants and venues, the School offers real-world learning beyond the classroom.
The School has numerous industry partnerships, connecting faculty members and students to important learning opportunities. The classes often participate in high-level projects with popular industry brands, providing excellent learning and networking opportunities.
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The Glion Institute of Higher Education, located in Switzerland, was placed among the top three hospitality management programs in the world for an international career in 2007 by Taylor Nelson Sofres.
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The Hong Kong Polytechnic Universityâs School of Hotel and Tourism Management is ranked #2 in the World by the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.
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Iowa State is well known for hospitality management. The College of Human Sciencesâ AESHM department has a major in hospitality management thatÂ is well known for its excellence in research.
The programÂ has been ranked #15 among the worldâs top 100 hospitality and tourism programs, according to the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.
Students obtain internships with some of the biggest names in hospitality such as Marriott, Embassy Suites, and the Walt Disney Company.
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Johnson & Wales UniversityâsÂ Hospitality College offers a collection of bachelorâs-degree programs, including a travel-tourism-and-hopitality-management program. J&W Hospitality Colleges are located in Providence, RI, North Miami, FL, Denver, CO, and Charlotte, NC.
Internships are available at a broad range of sites. Students can take an international internship and study abroad in Costa Rica, Australia, South Africa, England, Switzerland, and Spain.
Students also have real-world projects with real clients.
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The Department of Hospitality Management and DieteticsÂ in Kansas Stateâs College of Human Ecology offers a B.S. degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management.
The program combines theory-based instruction with practical experience, including an internship with a professional affiliate.
Students have a variety of internships to choose from, and altogether acquire 1,000 hours of work experience.
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Hotel managers play a vital role in the Hospitality, Tourism and Events industry. They lead guest services and staff development to ensure vacationers and business travelers enjoy their experience. They maximize business profits through revenue management and operations. And they help drive the economic success of communities through lodging and tourism.
Advance your career with a bachelorâs degree in Hotel Management from MSU Denverâs Department of Hospitality, Tourism and Events. The Rita and Navin Dimond Hotel Management Program provides transformational career training and educational opportunities that balance academics with skills development in a variety of areas including housekeeping, human resources, legal issues, front desk service, marketing, hospitality accounting, revenue management and operations management.
The school is ranked #3 in the world by the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.
Itâs one of the oldest schools in the field and provides one of the top hospitality programs in the nation. Internships are available throughout the world.Â Every student is required to complete 400 hours in a Level I Internship and 400 hours in a Level II Internship.
A specialization in hospitality-business real estate and development is available. Recruiters from the nationâs top hospitality companies visit the school every year.
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The School of Hotel & Restaurant Management in Northern Arizonaâs Franke College of Business provides a restaurant-management bachelorâs degree and an international-hospitality-management bachelorâs degree.
Students in the international-hospitality program are required to study abroad for one semester.
The school provides internships with some of the top companies in the hospitality industry. Students must work 1,200 hours in a hospitality establishment.
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The program in OSUâs School of Hotel & Restaurant AdminsitrationÂ includes laboratory practices, supervised industry work experience,s and internships.
Students gain 800 hours of hands-on work experience in a domestic or international internship. The program features an international, hospitality learning experience in Switzerland.
The annual career fair is typically visited by more than 35 hospitality companies.
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Paul Smithâs College is the only private four-year college inside the Adirondack Park, six million acres of breathtaking natural beauty, diverse wildlife and endless outdoor adventure in upstate New York. For nearly 70 years, weâve welcomed students just like you, young men and women looking for a well-rounded, hands-on, career-building educationÂ in an incomparable setting. We encourage you to visit us and get a taste of college life in the Adirondacks.
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In Penn Stateâs School of Hospitality Management, students gain 1,000 hours of real-world experience. Over 100 companies visit the campus to recruit students enrolled in the Schoolâs various programs.
The hotel, restaurant, and institutional management bachelorâs-degree programÂ offers a hotel-restaurant-and-institutional-management option and a management-dietetics option.
The School has a network of international academic partnerships and opportunities for students. It is ranked #5 in the world by the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.
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The Hospitality & Tourism Management Unit of Purdueâs College of Health and Human Sciences isÂ recognized as one of the top programs of its kind.
TheÂ program provides for a 400-hour hospitality-and-tourism-management internship. It also has a strong core of management classes and two instructional labs, which reinforce what the students learn in class.
TheÂ program is a top provider of hospitality-and-tourism research to communities, corporations, and organizations worldwide.
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Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality Management. Study the latest management practices and strategies in human resources, marketing, finance, and technology from an international perspective. Explore customer service and customer relations management. Learn about corporate communications, advertising and promotions management. Be able to plan and coordinate events with a strong understanding of marketing, fundraising, and technology; focus on specialized areas like weddings, corporate events and special events.
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UCFâs Rosen College of Hospitality Management is located in Orlando, Florida, one of the worldâs premier tourist destinations.
Rosen CollegeâsÂ hospitality-management bachelorâs-degree program provides specializations in subjects such as theme-park-and-attraction management and golf-and-club management.
The Rosen College has valuable industry connections.
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The Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management in the University of Denverâs Daniels School of Business offers a bachelorâs of science in business administration in hospitality management.
The School trains students for all aspects of the hospitality and tourism business. Concentrations are available in hospitality sales & marketing, lodging/resort operations, and restaurant/F&B management. All students study abroad for a full quarter and have a language requirement, two things highly valued by industry.
The instructors have advanced degrees and extensive industry experience. The students have plenty of opportunities to gain real-world experienceÂ in Denverâs world-class resorts and establishments.
Every year, more than 40 companies recruit at the school.
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The University of Houstonâs Conrad N. Hilton College is known for its experimental learning programs.
The hotel-and-restaurant-management bachelorâs-degree program provides domestic and international internships, as well as a study-abroad program.
Students can participate in the Leadership Program at the Hilton University of Houston, the collegeâs teaching hotel.
The faculty and staff of Hilton College have extensive career connections.
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The Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management at UMass-Amherstâs Isenberg School of Management provides one of the worldâs oldest and best hospitality programs.
Princeton Reviewâs Gourman Report has ranked the program #4 among the more than 200 four-year hospitality management programs in the country. It has also been consistently included in the top 20 in the world by independent international ranking organizations.
The program offers on-campus and an online bachelorâs-degree programs. It allows students to choose a concentration such as casino management, club management, food-and-beverage management, lodging management, or tourism-convention-and-event management.
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Las Vegas serves as one of the worldâs largest hospitality and tourism laboratories. The school provides valuable internships and mentors. The hospitality-management bachelorâs-degree program provides a broad educational approach to a career in the hospitality industry.
Students can select a concentration in gaming management, meetings and conventions, professional golf management, or restaurant management.
The school is ranked #4 in the world by the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.
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Founded in 1985, the Hospitality and Tourism Management Program (HTM) at UNT is one of the largest and best-known hospitality and tourism programs in the U.S. In addition, the University of North Texas is ranked among the nationâs 115 top-tier research universities, according to the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Our vision is âTo be a global leader in advancing education, creating knowledge, and shaping the hospitality and tourism professionals of the future.â The HTM program seeks to provide our future industry leaders a solid academic foundation combined with extensive training in hospitality business skills, use of technology, and networking with industry professionals. As a testament to our mission-driven commitment to academic excellence, we have earned numerous accolades for our HTM programs and initiatives.
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The University of Surrey, located in the United Kingdom, is ranked #1 for hospitality and tourism in The Times Good University Guide and has been ranked #8 in the world by the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.
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The Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Virginia Techâs Pamplin College of Business is consistently ranked among the worldâs top-10 hospitality-tourism-and-management programs. The department is regarded as a tier-one recruiting school for many of the top hospitality corporations in the United States, including Hilton, Marriott, Sodexo, and many others.
Students take a comprehensive set of core business courses. The program includes 400 hours of internship and professional experience. Students work on-campus for the Virginia Tech Dining Services, the Inn at Virginia Tech, or the Virginia-Tech-owned, historic Hotel Roanoke.
The staff includes former presidents and vice-presidents of major hospitality corporations, former hotel and resort general managers, and world-renowned scholars.
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Washington Stateâs School of Hospitality Business Management offers a bachelorâs degree in hospitality business management that isÂ the third-oldest in the country, and is consistently rated in the top 5 percent of similar programs around the country.
The BA in hospitality business management offers specialized instruction in the major managerial, organizational, service, financial, and technical issues relative to operations in the hospitality industry.
The program provides hands-on instruction and real-world experience, including an internship. The School is also well known for the high quality of its research.
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