BS in Hospitality and Tourism Management

Hospitality and Tourism Management prepares you for a variety of management positions in the hotel, restaurant, meeting, travel, tourism, attractions, craft beverage, and experience management fields. Students complete a set of courses that gives them a broad foundation in all areas of hospitality and tourism management.

  • Fully online (plus required industry work hours)
  • 89% of students were employed within 3 months of graduation
  • Nearly 100% of students employed within 6 months of graduation
  • Average salary: $43,250
  • Opportunities for extended internships and study abroad while completing your degree
  • Earn industry-recognized accreditations in some courses, such as: Food Service Safety, Hotel Industry Analytics, and Responsible Alcohol Service
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