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Hospitality Management: Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship Concentration

  • Program Overview

    The Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship concentration combines courses from Hospitality and Business enabling students to customize their educational path.  You will gain skills and knowledge to succeed in the fast paced, diverse, and evolving fields in the food and beverage industries.

    Global cuisines using hyper local ingredients, micro-beverage companies, food security programs, farm to table restaurants, food trucks, and artisanal bakeries are only a few examples of types of enterprises you will explore and experience when studying Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship in the School of Hospitality Management at Endicott College. Many contemporary jobs and innovative career paths are cropping up in the arena of food and beverage entrepreneurship such as food production, distribution and sales, hunger relief and food justice, and beginning farmer programs that require educated leaders with a food and beverage background like the one this comprehensive degree in hospitality management delivers to curious and creative students.

    La Chanterelle teacher with student in kitchen
  • Curriculum
  • Internships and Careers

    An Endicott education means you'll graduate with a degree and a resume.

    Whether you pursue graduate school or embark on your career right away after graduation, we believe that your time at Endicott will prepare you for the next step.

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Channel Marker Brewing
Channel Marker, an Endicott alumni-owned brewery, brought the craft beer revolution to downtown Beverly, Mass., with its juicy IPAs and delicious sours.
Beverly Attractions
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Tartine Kitchen & Eatery
Downtown Beverly meets European cafe and eatery with Tartine, an Endicott alumni-owned business known for its tasty food and rich coffee/espresso options.
Right Ingredients for Success