College of Business > Academics > School of Hospitality Leadership > Majors & Minors
The undergraduate curriculum balances specialized hospitality leadership courses with a strong business core as well as the university's liberal arts requirements. School of Hospitality Leadership faculty and staff have worked closely with industry experts to enhance the core requirements offered by the school, and they have created an innovative curriculum that builds on the business foundation of the college with a focus toward producing the hospitality leaders of tomorrow.
Hospitality Leadership Major (BSB)
Available Concentrations: Event Management, Restaurant Operations and Ownership, Lodging Management and Private Club Management
Hospitality Leadership Minor
Hospitality Revenue Management Minor
Hospitality Leadership major requirements include at minimum 192+ credit hours that will be used to gain strong industry knowledge needed to be a successful leader within business and hospitality. Below are the various core curriculum programs required to complete the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business degree with a focus in hospitality leadership:
A highlight of the hospitality leadership degree program is the need to complete two
internships, each from a different organization. By requiring two different internships, not only is the student exposed to different organizational cultures and operating procedures, networking with industry professionals is enhanced. Thus, upon graduating, the student will have both industry experience and a personal network to use when building his or her career.
Note: These two internships, combined, fulfill the Junior Year Experiential Learning (JYEL) requirement of the Liberal Studies Program (LSP).