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You know you want to earn your bachelors in hospitality management, so let’s take a deep-dive into what you should expect in and out of the classroom. A strong hospitality management education goes beyond your typical hospitality curriculum. You will be learning about finance, marketing and communication through in-class collaborative projects; then working the front of the house in our fine-dining room and learning to cook in our kitchens. In your junior year, you will hit the ground running with your first of two required internships. Students have interned at a variety of resorts and restaurants, from New Hampshire to Florida to downtown Chicago. After graduation, you will be able to draw on your internship experiences to succeed in hospitality-related careers around the globe.
All students complete the same core courses in hospitality, and select one of the following concentrations:
Earning your bachelor of arts in hospitality management will help you stand out in the sea of candidates. Contact our enrollment team today through the form above to get started.
Have a culinary international diploma or associate degree already? Advance your career with our bachelor of arts degree completion pathway.
After completing your diploma or associate degree you may continue on to earn your bachelor’s degree from Kendall in as few as two years , through our degree completion pathways in Hospitality Management, Business or Culinary Arts. Time to completion may vary. Contact an enrollment advisor to learn more.