Bachelors in Management
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Hotel management includes professional management techniques used in the hospitality sector. These can include hotel administration, accounts, marketing, housekeeping, front, food and beverage management, catering and maintenance.
Degree requirements for this program are:
- Submission of transcripts and Degrees showing that the applicant has received a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university or college or an equivalent degree from a foreign university. Copies of all official documents and other admission material of these students must be submitted to the Admission Committee along with two letters of recommendation and a personal statement. Other factors, such as GMAT score of at least 400, work experience, academic references and aptitude to succeed in the graduate program, may also be considered.
There are many different types of careers that can be pursued with a hospitality management degree. You could choose to become a general manager. You may also decide to specialize in a particular area, such as lodging management, food service management, or casino management. Some other options may include opening your own restaurant, working as an event planner, or pursuing a career in travel or tourism. Some popular job titles for people who hold a hospitality management degree include:
Lodging Manager - Lodging managers supervise the operations of hotels, motels, and other types of resorts. They may work as general managers, revenue managers, front office managers, or convention area managers.
Restaurant Manager - Restaurant managers (sometimes known as food service managers) supervise restaurant operations. They may own the restaurant or work for someone else. Responsibilities may include overseeing food safety, hiring and firing staff, ordering inventory, monitoring labor and inventory costs, marketing and advertising, and restaurant accounting.
Casino Manager - Casino managers oversee casino operations. They may work as general managers, gaming supervisors, food service managers, customer relations managers, or convention managers.
Cruise Director - Cruise directors oversee operations on a cruise ship. Their responsibilities may include activity planning, scheduling, public announcements, and performing concierge-type services.
Concierge - A concierge works at a special desk in the hotel. Their primary objective is to keep customers happy. This may involve making reservations, sharing information about the hotel, securing items a hotel guest needs, and resolving complaints.
Travel Agent - Travel agents help people plan vacations. They typically perform research and make reservations on their client's behalf. Travel agents may work as independent contractors. They can also work for existing travel agencies.