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Bachelor's Degree in Hospitality Management

Develop a solid foundation in hotel foodservice and event management while gaining hands-on experience in the hospitality industry.

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Bachelor's Degree in Hospitality Management

B.S. in hospitality management; concurrent M.S. in hospitality administration, minor

The hospitality management program is an internationally recognized program committed to preparing the next generation of hospitality leaders for a successful career in the industry.

Within the program, students focus on all aspects of the industry including food and beverage management, lodging management, and meeting and event management.


The K-State difference

The hospitality management program offers a variety of hands-on experiences for students in food and beverage management, lodging management and meeting and event management. Students will have 900 hours of work experience gained before graduation through internships.

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K-State's hospitality administration program is the only program in Kansas accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration.


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