Hands-on, industry-relevant skills
The Hospitality Management program is a 2-year program that will help you foster skills and abilities required to work in the hospitality industry.
We’ll focus on service skills for food and beverage, catering and front-desk operations, in addition to foundational business courses. In your second year, we’ll examine marketing, financial management, supervisory skills and advanced courses in hotel, restaurant, and catering operations. Your prerequisite for entering the second year is a proven 400-hours of hospitality work experience.
We immerse students in a combination of classroom teaching, industry-relevant case work, industry visits and networking. You will develop an understanding of modern hospitality dynamics and learn to work well within culturally diverse organizations.
Our industry relevant property management system and service in Ernest's dining room will give you hands-on experience in contemporary settings.
Classroom and study hours
On average, you can expect to spend:
- 20 hours per week attending classes over the course of each semester
- An additional 20-30 hours per week studying, completing assignments, reading, and researching.