Endicott Hospitality student and faculty member

Hotel Management (B.S.)

From luxurious resorts in Vegas to stunning bed and breakfasts on Tahiti, hotels are continuously re-inventing themselves to attract technologically savvy guests, sophisticated business travelers and environmentally conscious tourists.

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student at the Boston Harbor Hotel

Nowadays, hotels are dynamic, engaging and interactive and are looking for trained talent like you to join their teams!

Through completion of this major, you will have the depth of hotel operations, as it exposes you to leadership, revenue management and the fiscal responsibility of hotel processes and procedures.

Upon completion of the degree, you will have the necessary global business knowledge to function in important hotel managerial roles, as hotels are the equivalent of a small corporation. Find yourself as the CEO of your own hotel, touching upon multiple components of hospitality service such as sales and marketing, food and beverage, human resources, accounting, and rooms.

You will explore the exciting aspects of operations in a real-world environment through required internships at some of the world’s top hotel brands, such as Intercontinental, Hyatt, Marriott, Hilton and Four Seasons.

When studying abroad, you can take advantage of the unique opportunity to receive a Swiss Hotel Management Diploma from the Les Roches School of International Hotel Management in conjunction with the Endicott Bachelor degree.

These dual credentials will give you a unique competitive advantage and open many international opportunities for employment.

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Pictured: 2012 graduate Tom Taricano in front of the Boston Harbor Hotel.

Curriculum Requirements - Total Credits Required: 125 -126

 

Freshman - Credits: 33

  • General Education Electives  (Cr: 6)
  • Individual and Society General Education Requirement  (Cr: 3)
  • Quantitative Reasoning General Education Requirement   (Cr: 3)
ENG 101 - College Writing Seminar (Cr: 3)
Satisfies Writing Designated Requirement HTM 101 - Foundations of Hospitality Management (Cr: 3)
HTM 108 - Rooms Division Management (Cr: 3)
HTM 110 - Service Management (Cr: 3)
HTM 116 - Hospitality Financial Accounting (Cr: 3)
INT 100 - Internship I (Cr: 2)
LST 100 - Seminar in Academic Inquiry (Cr: 3)

Sophomore - Credits: 32-33

  • Aesthetics Awareness and Creative Expression General Education Requirement  (Cr: 3)
  • Literary Perspectives General Education Requirement   (Cr: 3)
  • Science and Technology General Education Requirement  (Cr: 3-4)
  • Values and Ethical Reasoning General Education Requirement  (Cr: 3)
  • World Culture General Education Requirement  (Cr: 3)
ECN 201 - Macroeconomics (Cr: 3)
Satisfies Global Issues General Education Requirement HTM 213 - Hospitality Sales and Marketing (Cr: 3)
HTM 225 - Hospitality Management Accounting (Cr: 3)
HTM 240 - Culinary Arts Operations (Cr: 3)
HTM 250 - Food and Beverage Management (Cr: 3)
INT 200 - Internship II (Cr: 2)

Junior - Credits: 30

  • General Education Electives  (Cr: 6)
  • Hospitality Electives   (Cr: 6)
HTM 310 - Convention Sales and Service (Cr: 3)
HTM 335 - Hotel Revenue Management (Cr: 3)
HTM 330 - Hospitality Facilities Design (Cr: 3)
HTM 350 - Resort Management (Cr: 3)
HTM 360 - Hospitality Legal Perspectives (Cr: 3)
HTM 374 - Hospitality Organizational Behavior (Cr: 3)

Senior - Credits: 30

  • Hospitality Elective  (Cr: 3)
BUS 440 - Topics in Real Estate Seminar (Cr: 3)
HTM 365 - International Hospitality Management (Cr: 3)
HTM 415 - Hospitality Strategic Management (Cr: 3)
HTM 480 - Semester Internship (Cr: 12)
HTM 489 - Senior Thesis I (Cr: 3)
HTM 490 - Senior Thesis II (Cr: 3)

Careers

Front Desk Agent, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Boston, USA
Outlets Manager, Hilton Hartford Hotel, USA
Catering Sales Manager, Marriott Boston Newton, USA
Assistant Front Office Manager, XV Beacon, USA
Assistant General Manager, B&B Resorts, Thailand
General Manager, Hotel AC Cuzco, Spain

Learning Outcomes

  1. communicate effectively in written form within the conventions of hospitality management.
  2. demonstrate the critical inquiry and analysis skills needed to engage constructively in intellectual discourse within the discipline of hospitality management.
  3. demonstrate Entrepreneurial/Financial skills including operational Hotel and Restaurant Ratio calculations, SWOT analysis, and management process and styles.
  4. develop an interest in the global dynamics of hospitality from the perspective of studying related subject in another culture. 
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