Program at a Glance
- Online Bachelor's
- Rosen College of Hospitality Management
Build a career and a community
The Bachelor of Science degree in Lifestyle Community Management is an innovative interdisciplinary program designed to prepare graduates to become skilled professionals, effective managers, and inspiring leaders in the rapidly growing field of lifestyle communities. These communities encompass a wide range of settings, including country clubs, wellness resorts, and active adult living communities. Each of these communities is characterized by an abundance of wellness programs, engaging lifestyle activities, and top-tier hospitality amenities.
The program offers three specializations, each tailored to meet the unique demands and opportunities of different industries. Students can choose to specialize in club and resort management, senior living management or hospitality wellbeing management.
Whether you aspire to work in community management, hospitality, or wellness, Whether you are interested in managing a luxury resort, running a senior living community, or creating a wellness-focused hospitality experience, our program provides the foundation for a successful and rewarding career in lifestyle community management.
Undergraduate Application Deadlines
- May 1
- November 1
- March 1
- July 1
- November 1
- March 1
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Explore a comprehensive analysis of applied theories, principles, and techniques in the management of hotels and shared ownership/timeshare properties.
Health Law and Ethics
Engage in an overview of the legal and ethical issues faced by health care consumers, practitioners, administrators and health care facilities.
Guest Services Management
Examine the decision making process from the guest's point of view in the hospitality industry.
Disney Signature Experiences is excited to see the Rosen College of Hospitality Management launch its new Lifestyle Community Management degree program. As an innovator in the lifestyle communities space through our Storyliving by Disney Communities, we see the industry's tremendous growth potential and recognize the value of this degree.
Skills You'll Learn
- Attract and manage a spectrum of lifestyle communities across different demographics.
- Understand the different business needs of communities ranging from marketing to human resources.
- Create and curate quality programming based for residents.
2021 - 2031
Source: Lightcast™ . 2023
- Activities Director
- Community Manager
- Event Organizer
- Food Services Director
- Executive Director