Hospitality Management Bachelor

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Hospitality Management Bachelor Overview

Do you have a passion for food... but are more interested in the business than in the cooking? Are you up to the challenge of managing the food service operations in America's restaurants, schools, businesses and health care facilities? In 2.5 years, through our year-round schedule, you can earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a Concentration in Hospitality Management and have the skills and degree to be employed in the field.

Hospitality Management Curriculum

Program Requirements

*Includes 21 Credit Hours of various electives.

Visit the ECPI University Catalog for the most current program information.

Hospitality Management Program Description

Management goes beyond monthly reports. A Hospitality Manager must be trained from the dish pit to the back office. Our Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a Concentration in Hospitality Management integrates the fundamentals of culinary arts and food service operations with principles of management to prepare students to be successful in today's hospitality industry.

Hospitality Management Possible Career Track

Employment opportunities for our Hospitality Management graduates include areas such as:

  • Casual Service/Chain Restaurants
  • Quick Service Restaurants
  • Catering Services
  • Convention/Conference Centers
  • Sport/Athletic Facilities
  • School Hospitality
  • Business Dining Services
  • Campus Dining Services
  • Healthcare Facility Food Service

Hospitality Management Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, graduates should be able to:

  • Conduct business research and analyses.
  • Analyze business, economic, and financial reports.
  • Apply effective critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making skills to business challenges.
  • Demonstrate the ability to create effective plans that maximize business results.
  • Demonstrate effective professional business communication.
  • Apply ethical behavior, professional standards, and social responsibility in the practice of business.

Students with a passion for food service but are more interested in the business than in the cooking may find the challenge of managing the food service operations in America's restaurants, schools, businesses and health care facilities to be the right program for you.

Upon completion of the program, graduates should be able to:

  • Apply effective management strategies to operational decision-making in the hospitality industry from a service, people, product, and facilities perspective.