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Hospitality Management, Bachelor of Science

Administration and Economics
120 Credits

The Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional Studies
Queens Campus, Staten Island Campus

Overview

Tourism and hospitality services are among today’s fastest growing fields, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Experts predict that more than 100 million people worldwide will find jobs in hospitality and tourism. The demand will be especially great for well-educated managers.

You can prepare for these opportunities through the Bachelor of Science Degree Program in Hospitality Management at St. John’s University. Offered through the College of Professional Studies, the 126-credit program provides the knowledge, skills and experience to succeed in this booming industry.

The program focuses on fundamental competencies that are vital for future managers. With the program’s extensive professional connections in the industry, students gain real-world experience through valuable internships throughout the New York metropolitan area and abroad.

With this knowledge and experience, graduates build rewarding careers as administrators and creative professionals in hotels; restaurants; resorts and country clubs; conference centers, retirement communities; banquet and catering facilities; retail and marketing; airlines; cruise lines; travel agencies; tour companies; tourist bureaus; travel journals; corporate travel departments; recreation; cultural heritage sites; and other areas.

Contact Information

Anthony Quinn
Program Director

[email protected]
 

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Admission

For more information about admission to this and other acclaimed undergraduate programs at St. John’s University, please visit Undergraduate Admission online. Or contact us directly at the campus of your choice:

Admission Office - Queens Campus
718-990-2000
[email protected]

Admission Office -  Staten Island campus
718-390-4500
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Courses

Major Area Requirements: 36 Credits

Required Coursework: 21 Credits from the following courses:

HMT1000Introduction to Hospitality Industry3
HMT1003Food and Beverage Service3
HMT1005Travel and Tourism3
HMT1007Hospitality Law and Ethics3
HMT1009Capstone Hospitality Management3
HMT1030Hospitality Management3
MGT1003Financial Management3

Elective Coursework: 15 Credits from any HMT Elective

Business Area: 21 Credits:

 Required Coursework: 21 Credits from the following courses:

ACC1007Fundamentals of Accounting I3
ACC1008Fundamentals of Accounting II3
BLW1001Law and Business3
CUS1102Software Applications3
ECO1001Principles of Economics I3
ECO1002Principles of Economics II3
MGT1001Principles of Management I3

Free Electives: 12 Credits

Other Liberal Arts Requirements: 9 Credits

3 Credits from the following course:

ENG1006Effective Business Writing3

3 Credits from either or:

MTH1003Introduction to College Mathematics I3
 
MTH1021Introduction to Statistics3

3 Credits from either or:

PSY1001General Psychology3
 
SOC1001General Sociology3

Core Requirements: 42 Credits

36 Credits from the following courses:

DNY1000CDiscover New York3
FYW1000CFirst Year Writing3
ENG1100CLiterature in a Global Context3
HIS1000CEmergence of a Global Society3
PHI1000CPhilosophy of the Human Person3
PHI1020 or 2200 seriesPhilosophy3
PHI3000CMetaphysics

 

3

 

SCI

 

1000C

 

Scientific Inquiry

 

3

 

SPE

 

1000C

 

Public Speaking for the College Student

 

3

 

THE

 

1000C

 

Perspectives on Christianity

 

3

 

THE

 

1040 Series

 

Theology

 

3

 

THE

 

 Any THE Elective

 

3

 

And: Modern Foreign Language/Cultural Studies: 6 Credits from:

 

6 Credits from any second language or:
ART

 

1000C

 

The Creative Process

 

3

 

LAC

 

1000C

 

Language and Culture

 

3

 

Opportunities

Students majoring in hospitality management are strongly encouraged to complete a 125-hour internship. An internship allows students to gain hands-on experience and become comfortable working in this fast-paced industry. St. John’s HMT students are afforded opportunities to work at some of the top hotels and entertainment venues in the New York City metropolitan area and beyond. A partial list of internship partners is provided below:

  • Walt Disney World Resort,Orlando
  • Madison Square Garden
  • Waldorf Astoria New York
  • St. James Club, Morgan Bay, St. Lucia
  • Brooklyn Nets
  • Garden City Hotel
  • New York Athletic Club
  • Pink Monkey Events
  • US Open Tennis

International Internships

The hospitality management program at St. John’s University offers students the opportunity to study abroad for a semester, while earning 3–6 credits with an unpaid internship at a major hospitality site in Rome, Italy; Paris, France; or Seville, Spain. The international internships in hospitality management have been developed in order to provide practical experience in various aspects of the hospitality and tourism industry to further prepare hospitality management majors for their professional careers. It also provides students with a global perspective of the industry.

In addition, the Office of Global Studies works closely with HMT faculty members to offer meaningful study abroad experiences for HMT students. Through the University’s well-established study abroad program, students may find themselves studying cruise management aboard a cruise liner in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean or learning about resort management at a major vacation destination.

 

Additional Information

Minors
Students majoring in other disciplines are able to complete a minor in either Event Management or Food Service Management by completing 18 credit hours in department-designated courses.