Bachelor in Resort Recreation and Hospitality Management
Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock, USA
Full time, Part time
USD 18,472 / per year *
Earliest start date
* tuition for international students
Offered by: Hospitality, Event Management, and Tourism
With the professional preparation you'll receive in SRU's Resort, Recreation and Hospitality Management program, you'll be ready to meet the challenges of a hospitality, event management, or tourism career. You will develop the skills, knowledge, and field experience to meet the demands of this fast-paced, exciting field.
Clubs & Organizations
- Resort Recreation Club
Resort, Recreation and Hospitality Management professionals work in a variety of agencies, including:
- Amusement/theme parks
- Country clubs
- Cruise lines
- Destination campground
- Gated communities
- Public Recreation agencies
- Ski and golf resorts
- Visitor and convention bureaus
Professional positions that SRU graduates obtain include:
- Conference service manager
- Special events planner
- Resort recreation manager
Why Choose Resort Recreation and Hospitality Management?
Classroom work and practical experience will prepare you for a career in the hospitality and tourism industry. You will have the opportunity to apply your skills and knowledge through an internship experience.
After cultivating a strong knowledge base in sustainable hospitality and planning, ecotourism, event programming and leadership, meeting and event planning, and resort and hotel management, your program will culminate with a 12-week internship at a hospitality or tourism-related agency. Internships are available at resorts, hotels, cruise lines, and community / municipal recreation centers. Expert faculty will help you to match your internship with your career goals.
What Will You Learn?
You will learn how to lead, program, plan, administer, and manage hospitality and tourism programs while developing hospitality and guest relations skills.
As a major in Resort, Recreation and Hospitality Management, you will become skilled in the following areas:
- Hotel and lodging management
- Personnel management
- Administration of hospitality and tourism departments
- Sustainable tourism site planning
- Program development for a variety of age groups
- Programming for special events
- Planning recreation activities for conference groups
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