A degree in Hospitality Management positions you for immediate placement and lifelong career in one of the fastest growing industries in the world!
Hospitality is a multibillion-dollar industry and skilled hospitality managers are in high demand. The opportunities are endless -- Hospitality Managers work in a vast number of professions spanning hotels, restaurants, parks and recreation, travel and tourism, food service, health care nutrition, institutional services, retail, cruise ships, resorts, spas, wedding planning and catered events. A degree in Hospitality Management prepares students to become leaders in a high-demand career!
Hospitality Management students master a blend of professionalism, business, analytical skills, best practices in hospitality management and diversity awareness to be prepared for today's challenging marketplace. Hospitality Management students learn to:
- Provide high quality customer service to consumers
- Plan, organize and facilitate professional meetings and events
- Manage staff and operations in hospitality industries
- Lead diverse groups of managers and staff in an inclusive environment
- Incorporate people-centered business strategies to achieve a successful and profitable business
- Manage hospitality databases and budgets
Complete the Bachelor of Business Administration in three years! Learn more about the three-year option.
Combine a BBA with a minor in Spanish. Obtain skills that leads to careers in the following areas: International law, banking; U.S. representation for foreign company; patent law; representation for U.S. firm abroad; foreign branch of U.S. firm; advertising, sales, fashion sales; marketing; executive or manager; technical expert; personnel management; public relations; secretarial and clerical opportunities; import‐export firms; brokerage firms; banks; medical organizations; service, cultural organizations.
A recent panel at the American Academy of Religion identified religious studies as being of particular advantage to working in an increasingly globalized world. Management majors obtain an appreciation for diversity, equity and inclusion via a religious studies minor, which allows them to connect on a personal and empathetic level with employees and a broad range of ethnic communities in ways that would not have been available to them without a religious studies degree.
All business executives will have to write, whether it is a formal report, a memo, or even an e-mail correspondence. The writing minor provides necessary communication skills that business professionals will use on a daily basis.
Meet the GSM Faculty
Joy Shields, Alumna, Class of 2016
Joy encourages current students to maintain a portfolio while they are students to help them showcase their skills when applying for jobs.