Overview: B.S. in Hospitality Management
The hospitality industry is both exciting and rewarding. As part of the Department of Nutrition and Hospitality Management in the School of Applied Sciences, the Hospitality Management Program curriculum integrates fundamental and current principles of hospitality management taught by academic leaders in the field, with a sound foundation in liberal arts, business, and operations management.
The program’s curriculum is designed to enhance and strengthen our students critical thinking and problem-solving skills so that they can address, meet, and adapt to the various needs of the hospitality industry in managerial positions. Students gain practical knowledge of the industry through diverse educational opportunities, including study abroad, educational field trips to surrounding businesses, and student internships. Additionally, students operate Lenoir Dining, a student-run restaurant located in Lenoir Hall.
Ole Miss Hospitality Management graduates choose from a wide variety of career options. Restaurants and food service, lodging, event and conference management, and tourism are but a few facets of this growing industry reported as the largest industry in the world by Newsweek magazine.
For further information about the exciting Hospitality Management Program within the Department of Nutrition and Hospitality Management, contact Dr. Mary G. Roseman, Hospitality Management Program Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)