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Students in the Bachelor of Business Administration in Hospitality Management program learn to be successful leaders in the booming hospitality industry. Participants study under experienced faculty members—like a former Director of Corporate Governance for the Mohegan Tribe and the former Operations Manager of Park Suites—and participate in internships at internationally renowned hospitality behemoths like Walt Disney World and Marriott.
Nichols College transforms today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders through a dynamic education and emphasis on career-readiness, all enveloped within a supportive community—that’s our mission. Nichols was also awarded the title of Best College to get a Business Education four years in a row by the Worcester Business Journal!
In addition to classroom learning lead by professors with industry backgrounds, hands-on learning is a major component of the Hospitality Management program. Students have an opportunity to interact with industry professionals and be immersed in a variety of valuable and career-building opportunities. Interning in the field gives hospitality management students essential experience and a competitive edge for when they hit the job market. Recent internship locations include:
Find out more about hospitality management internships at Nichols College.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that there are over 1 million open positions in the accommodations and food service industry. These jobs call for leaders who thrive on social interaction and excel in collaborative problem-solving.
Possible roles in hospitality management include:
Hospitality managers may find themselves working in settings such as:
We want to talk to you! If you have questions about our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Hospitality Management program, request more information or reach out to our Hospitality Management faculty—their contact information can be found below.
Hospitality Management majors must complete 121 credit hours (approximately 40 courses), including courses from the foundation and business core curricula, focused electives and these required specialization courses:
Associate Professor of Hospitality Management / Hospitality Management Program Chair
Associate Professor Accounting and Finance