Program at a Glance
- Online Bachelor's
- Rosen College of Hospitality Management
Gain a global perspective on event planning, tourism, travel and technology
Learn how to create unforgettable experiences for others with UCF’s online Bachelor’s of Science in Hospitality.
The hospitality industry is one of the largest career sectors in the world and continues to grow at a rapid pace. With your online hospitality degree through UCF Online, you’ll learn about more than just the travel agencies, events and hotels at the core of this field. You’ll gain a deep understanding of all aspects of the industry including finance, operations, customer service theory, human resources, marketing and communications. You’ll also have the opportunity to focus on niche areas of the industry through specialized coursework on theme park and attraction management, golf and club management, and lodging management. Learn from some of the world’s most qualified internationally renown faculty and network with influential industry leaders from the world’s most famous hospitality businesses.
This limited access program is designed to produce top executives across various sectors of the hospitality industry. Applicants must have two years of relevant industry experience before admittance. This degree will further the student’s leadership and management knowledge and experience. Upon graduation from UCF Online you will have a solid foundation of skills that will set you apart to help you secure positions in the top hospitality companies around the world. Get started today to earn your bachelor’s degree in hospitality.
Undergraduate Application Deadlines
- May 1
- November 1
- March 1
- July 1
- November 1
- March 1
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Introduction to the Hospitality and Tourism Industry
Explore an orientation to the hotel, restaurant, and travel industry, and its history, structure, and operating procedures.
Guest Services Management I
Engage in the study of making decisions from the guest's point of view in the hospitality industry.
Fine Spirits Management
Examine the history, production methods, regulations, and sensory profiles of major spirit categories and their sub-categories; cocktail techniques and classifications; and responsible vending practices.
Skills You'll Learn
- Manage the operations of hotel, cruise, or other hospitality venues.
- Understand the clientele, their needs, and how to meet expectations.
- Explore niche subjects such as theme parks and attractions, golf and clubs, and lodging.
2019 - 2029
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- Attractions Supervisor
- Conference Event / Services Manager
- Cruise Director
- Director Of Catering
- Hotel General Manager