The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and Tourism prepares students for careers in the hospitality industry. Students also receive training in the functions, objectives, and techniques of management. Graduates of the program are prepared for managerial posi­tions in hotels, restaurants, noncommercial food systems, and tourism-related businesses, as well as positions as purchasing agents, restaurant and hotel equipment specialists, event planners, and other hospitality-related careers.

Potential Career Pathways

  • Fundraiser
    2016 Median Salary: $54,130 per year
    Job Outlook: 9% (faster than average growth)

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics 

Pre-Professional Tracks

The College of Agriculture, Food and Environment has specialized advising services for students planning to attend professional school (Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Law, etc.).  

In addition to helping students fulfill foundational coursework, the college's pre-professional advisor also helps student secure relevant experience such as internships, volunteer opportunities, and job shadowing positions. 

For more information on the college's pre-professional advising, click here.