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Private Club Management

This field of study is about the management of membership clubs. The many different types of clubs that need managers include city clubs, country clubs, golf clubs, athletic clubs, yacht clubs, faculty clubs, town clubs, and military clubs. As membership-based organizations, the customers and staff are often in regular contact, sometimes on a weekly or monthly basis. Learning how to create engaging programs to satisfy member interest is a key challenge in this industry. A student majoring in Hospitality Leadership with this concentration must complete the following requirements totaling at least 24.0 hours:

*​To take graduate (500) level HSP courses a student  must be admitted to the  Hospitality Leadership and Operational Performance (MS)​  Combined Master's Program. 

    Graduation Requirements

    All Hospitality Leadership (HSP), Management (MGT), and any other courses used toward the Hospitality Leadership major must be completed with a minimum grade of C- (or PA where specified) and with a combined GPA of 2.000 or higher.


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