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Hospitality Management Event Planning Concentration


Hospitality Management, Concentration in Event Planning

The B.S. in Hospitality Management is an interdisciplinary major that prepares students for management positions within the hospitality industry. Specific concentrations within the major allow students to choose a focus on Culinary Management, Hotel and Lodging Management or Event Planning.


Hospitality Management, Concentration in Event Planning - 50 hoursCore Curriculum - 41 hours
ACC - 220: Financial Accounting (3 cr.)
ACC - 221: Managerial Accounting (3 cr.)
BUS - 250: Applied Data Analysis for Business Decisions (3 cr.)
BUS - 305: Management Information Systems (3 cr.)
BUS - 340: Business Law (3 cr.)
BUS - 350: Human Resource Management (3 cr.)
ECO - 101: Principles of Microeconomics (3 cr.)
FN - 124: Principles of Food (3 cr.)
FN - 126: Principles of Food Laboratory (1 cr.)
FN - 310: Food Service Management Systems I (3 cr.)
FN - 311: Food Services Management Systems Lab for FN (1 cr.)
HOS - 300: Principles of Hospitality Management and Ethics (3 cr.)
HOS - 360: Hospitality Marketing and Sales (3 cr.)
HOS - 480: Hospitality Internship (3 cr.)
HOS - 495: Strategic Hospitality Management (3 cr.)
Required Major Courses
BUS - 362: Social Media Marketing (3 cr.)
HOS - 320: Introduction to Event Planning (3 cr.)
HOS - 430: Planning Special Events (3 cr.)



Contact Information
Mary Jane Lenard
Associate Dean & Department Head
School of Business
(919) 760-8488
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