Hospitality and Tourism Management

Hospitality and Tourism Management

hostess in bistro restaurantBaccalaureate

Degree Potential

Graduates of this program accept positions as general/assistant managers, hotel/restaurant managers, executive chefs, or front line supervisors.  They are sought after by government employers, such as the School Food Administration, Food and Drug Administration, Health Services, and correctional facilities, as well as by many businesses/companies within the hospitality industry, such as cruise lines, hospitals, educational institutions, and casinos.  Others are self-employed as caterers, restaurant owners/operators, personal chefs, hotel/lodging operators, and bed and breakfast owners/operators. 

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