A bachelor’s degree in hospitality management offers you boundless career opportunities.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 9.3% increase in employment in the hospitality industry from 2012 to 2022. This global industry offers job stability, fast track management career paths, and significant earning potential.
At Widener’s Center for Hospitality Management you receive hands-on field experience, leadership development, and a personalized education that caters to your unique interests and talents. You can explore areas of interest such as hotel and resort management, club management, restaurant management, event management, tourism, gaming operations, and managed services. Widener graduates begin in entry-level management positions upon graduation.
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I became involved with the student chapter of the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA). It provided additional education and professional networking for students interested in private, city, and country clubs. I loved the willingness of club managers, some of who were Widener alums, to share their experiences and mentor those of us just starting out.Read more
- Lodging and resort management
- Food and beverage management
- Club management
- Events management
- On-site food service management
- Casino management
- Theme parks and entertainment venues
- Marriott International
- Darden Restaurants
- Compass Group
- Hershey Entertainment
- Radley Run Country Club
- The Union League
- Caesars Entertainment