Hospitality Management Degree - Online and Campus Programs

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Since 1977, Keiser University has maintained a practical, hands-on approach to career-focused education to help our students achieve their personal and professional goals.  Our student-centered approach remains at the foundation of the Keiser University mission and continues to attract students who prefer a more personal learning experience. 

Locations:  Fort Myers, FL Tallahassee, FL

Programs:
  • Associate of Arts in Hospitality

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Get the real-world training you need to build a better career at CDI College. Choose from morning, afternoon and evening classes at one of many community-based locations across Canada.

Locations:  Red Deer, AB Edmonton, AB Calgary, AB

Programs:
  • Hospitality Business Management
  • Travel and Tourism

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Regent University prepares students with the knowledge to excel and the faith to live with purpose. Our 20,000 alumni, from more than 110 countries, are changing the world as accomplished professionals. Named a top-15 school nationally for online bachelor's programs (U.S. News & World Report, 2015), Regent is among the most affordable undergraduate Christian colleges (CCCU 2015). Fully accredited, challenging programs are available online and on campus. New classes begin every eight weeks.

Programs:
  • Master of Business Administration - Servant Management

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Hospitality, tourism, and dining make up a large sector of the local, national, and international economy. Professionals who know how to provide world-class hospitality to customers and how to direct a staff dedicated to delivering the same high-levels of service are in demand. Hospitality managers, food managers, beverage administrators, event planners, and hotel administrators make up a large part of the hospitality management field. You may find yourself employed by a resort, hotel chain, restaurant, spa, or cruise ship company.

How to Prepare For a Career in Hospitality Management

Many hospitality management professionals learn the business from the ground up, taking jobs in hotels, restaurants, and spas with food service, customer service, event planning, or beverage service departments. It's a great way to develop the excellent customer-staff relationship skills that make for a talented manager. Hospitality management classes in marketing, management, business administration, information technology, and food management can provide you with a solid foundation in the field.

Hospitality Management Education Requirements

Colleges, universities, and trade schools offer online hospitality management programs at the certificate, undergraduate and graduate degree levels. Coursework in tourism, travel, culinary management, or business management are all part of a comprehensive education in the field.

Salary Ranges for Hospitality Management Professionals and Job Outlook

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that median annual wages in 2008 for food service managers was $46,320, with top wages at $76,940. Lodging managers earned a median annual wage of $45,800, with top-level salaries at $84,270. The BLS reports that employment in hotels and other accommodations is expected to increase by 5 percent between 2008 and 2018.