Hospitality Management

Hospitality Management
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Hospitality Management • One Degree, Limitless Careers

Hospitality management is a business degree focused on one of the world’s largest industries. It will prepare you to work down the street, across the country, or around the world. Our flexible curriculum lets you focus on food service, events and club management or on managing hotel operations and investments. Innovative learning experiences, state-of-the-art facilities, and small class sizes help you to develop industry relevant experience and certifications. Students interested in sustainability can add our unique EcoGastronomy degree as a second major. We are not only the second-oldest four-year degree hospitality program in the country, we are ranked #26 out of nearly 350 programs by thebestschools.org.  

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