B.S. Hospitality Management
The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management degree includes core and elective courses that are aligned with current industry demands and changing trends and provides students with a solid foundation grounded in our code of professionalism. The vertical curriculum is designed to prepare students to become the next generation of hospitality leaders in the fast-paced hospitality industry. The 123 credit-hour degree includes two mandatory internship placements in the hospitality industry.
Mandatory Internship | Steps to Successful Internship
B.S. Hospitality Management Vertical Curriculum
2019-2020 Vertical Curriculum
The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Event & Entertainment Management Concentration (EEMC)
The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Event & Entertainment Management Concentration (EEMC) provides students with an option to develop their management skills in events and entertainment; a rapidly growing and thriving segment of the hospitality industry. Students develop a broad skill set to successfully manage various genres of events from concept to operation, including weddings, fairs, trade shows, festivals, entertainment and sporting events, clubs, conventions, conferences, meetings, and trade shows. Students develop an understanding of all facets of event and entertainment management including risk management, marketing, finance, leadership, communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and logistics. The concentration curriculum includes innovative technologies and merging trends in the industry.
Courses include Principles of Entertainment Management, Conference and Conventions Management, Venue Management, Theme Parks and Entertainment Management, and Special Events Capstone.
B.S. in Hospitality Management - Event & Entertainment Management Concentration (EEMC) Vertical Curriculum
2019-2020 Vertical Curriculum (EEMC)
The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Culinary Innovations and Food Service Management concentration
The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Culinary Innovations and Food Service Management concentration provides students with operational and managerial skills to plan, supervise, and manage food and beverage preparation, service operations, restaurant facilities, and catering services. Practical application of cooking theories and principles are stressed in conjunction with supplemental classroom knowledge.
Courses include The Art of Food Presentation, Banquet and Catering Service, Catering Service, Exploring International Cuisine, Culinary Management Capstone, Advanced Food Planning, and Preparation and Sanitation and Safety.
Why Choose Bob Billingslea School of Hospitality Management?
As the only school of hospitality at a historically black college & university (HBCU) In the state of Florida that offers an undergraduate degree in hospitality management; there is no better place to learn about hospitality than in the location of the world's most famous beach - Daytona Beach, FL
Our school is technologically driven, you will learn from a diverse group of international and local faculty in small classes, engage in hands-on activities and with industry partners who will provide you with a global outlook on hospitality, food and beverage, sports, events and entertainment management, and tourism. Come visit the school of hospitality management and see first-hand what we have to offer.