Learn more about business operations within the hospitality industry. As a student within the hospitality business management concentration, you will have the opportunity to develop specialized business skills through coursework in service management, international tourism, and hospitality operations. Note: The hospitality business management concentration is also offered as a nine-credit graduate certificate.

Featured Courses:

HBM 581Services Management3 Credits
HBM 535International Tourism Strategy and Planning3 Credits
HBM 582Hospitality Operations Analysis3 Credits

TOP 3 HOSPITALITY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT JOBS

HOTEL MANAGER

Coordinate activities and operations for a place of lodging. Hotel managers are responsible for staffing, maintenance, customer satisfaction, and profitability at hotels, motels, and similar establishments.

RESTAURANT MANAGER

Manage staff, décor, budget, and operations to ensure diners have a first-rate experience at your establishment. Restaurant managers are responsible for maintaining quality of food, service, and atmosphere.

DIRECTOR OF FOOD AND BEVERAGE

Manage purchasing, staffing, code compliance, and other operational aspects of running a restaurant, club, or related establishment. The director of food and beverage is tasked with maximizing profit without sacrificing customer satisfaction.