School of Hospitality Management

At Endicott, a unique hospitality education leads to career possibilities that are limited only by your imagination.

The worldwide hospitality industry provides ample opportunities for qualified professionals with a strong understanding of management, leadership, business, and service.

Hotel Management Program BS

Explore the unique industry of hotel management—a mix of business, hospitality, and events management.

Hospitality Management Program BS

A dynamic program that explores the hospitality industry, including marketing, restaurant management and events management.

Hospitality Management: Events Management Concentration BS

A dynamic program that explores the event planning side of the hospitality industry.

Hospitality Management: International Hospitality Management Concentration BS

The international concentration of hospitality management allows you to explore event planning in the global arena.

About Hospitality Management

Let's face it. Already booming and predicted to keep growing for years to come, the hospitality industry is always hiring.

High-level career positions with prestigious organizations require a special blend of professionalism and expertise. That's where Endicott's hospitality degree comes in. With our distinct emphasis on experiential learning, you gain real-world experience in the hospitality industry, along with a valuable foundation in the liberal arts. The result? You develop the interpersonal, professional, and entrepreneurial skills that will enable you to succeed in managerial and leadership positions after graduation.

Experiential Learning

A fine-dining experience or a classroom? Both! That's La Chanterelle, the non-traditional classroom..

At La Chanterelle, Endicott's oceanfront non-traditional classroom, you will acquire skills fundamental to the hospitality industry in classes such as service management, culinary arts operations, and events management. We help you develop a managerial eye for detail, combined with interpersonal, team building, time management, and critical thinking skills - all of which are crucial in today's competitive world.

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Graduate Success

Statistics reflect the 2016 the graduating class. Percentages may exceed more than 100 since graduates may be represented in more than one category.

87% Graduates of the program currently employed full time
11% Graduates of the program currently enrolled in graduate programs
2% Graduates of the program currently employed part-time
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Accreditation

Endicott’s School of Hospitality Management is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration (ACPHA).