Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Hospitality and Tourism Management

General

Program Description

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Hospitality and Tourism Management

The graduate of Webber International University’s Hospitality Business Management program will have the knowledge and skills needed to be an effective manager in the hospitality industry. The program is designed to give the student both theory and practice in the most relevant aspects of Hospitality Business Management. The graduate will have learned how to deal with human and material resources, how to face challenges in a positive and productive manner, and how to direct a team effort in the delivery of superior service.

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor of Science Degree 30 Credits

  • HTM190 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
  • HTM215 Food and Beverage Management
  • HTM220 Accommodations Operations Management
  • HTM295 Hospitality and Tourism field trip and experience
  • MKT330 Services Marketing
  • HTM300 Human Resource Management of the Hospitality and Tourism Industry
  • HTM315 Sociology and Anthropology of Hospitality and Tourism
  • HTM475 Operations Analysis in Hospitality and Tourism
  • SBM440 Facilities and Event Management
  • HTM495 Hospitality and Tourism Internship

Associate of Science Degree 15 Credits

  • HTM190 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
  • HTM215 Food and Beverage Management
  • HTM220 Accommodations Operations Management
  • HTM295 Hospitality and Tourism field trip and experience
  • HTM300 Human Resource Management of the Hospitality and Tourism Industry

Minor 15 Credits

  • Two courses at the HTM 100 or 200 level
  • Two courses at the HTM300 or 400 level
  • One HTM Internship or/ Field experience

Start Dates

August and January

Application Deadline

Rolling Admissions

Last updated Jul 2018

About the School

Webber was originally established as a women’s college, with the exclusive purpose of teaching women about business. It was the first school chartered under the educational and charitable laws of the ... Read More

Webber was originally established as a women’s college, with the exclusive purpose of teaching women about business. It was the first school chartered under the educational and charitable laws of the State of Florida as a non-profit organization. Read less