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Bachelor of Hospitality Management

Hospitality management involves the oversight of hotels, theme parks, entertainment centers, and others. Because this type of management often requires specific business skills, many business schools have started offering degree programs in the field. Hospitality management professionals may be general managers of hotels, executive managers of resorts, or managers of corporate offices of tourist destinations (such as Disney and others).


Common Hospitality Management Classes

Restaurant Management
Exploring the practices of managing a restaurant, such as inventory management, employee turnover, safety and food regulations, and others.

Event Management
Understanding how to manage large events, such as logistical management, contractual relations, and others.

Hotel and Lodging Operations Management Examining how hotels are managed, such as managing room inventory, resort marketing, regulations, on-site restaurants, and others.