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California Polytechnic University, Pomona
Hospitality Management B.S.

The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management provides students a combination of general education courses linked with business and hospitality management courses designed to facilitate an understanding of the economic, legal and social forces that shape the hospitality industry. The courses are designed to provide a practical base of hospitality knowledge and prepare students to enter management positions in the hospitality industry.

Major course work emphasizes human relations skills as well as qualitative and quantitative analysis. Leadership, ethics, technology, critical thinking, unique characteristics of service, and guest encounter skills are threaded throughout the curriculum. Students will choose an emphasis in Restaurant Management, Hotel/Resort Management, and/or Club Management to help them focus on individual career goals. Students are also required to complete 800 hours of work experience in hospitality-related employment prior to graduation.

The unique restaurant series gives every Collins College student an opportunity to run the college`s Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch. In addition to the state-of-the-art restaurant, the college`s 43,000-square-foot complex includes high-tech classrooms and laboratories.

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