Fabienne Eliacin ’04, Hospitality and Tourism

Fabienne Eliacin ’04, Hospitality and Tourism

Fabienne loves the hospitality industry. “The sky is the limit with this industry,” she says. “You will always need customer service wherever you go.”

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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Hospitality and Tourism Concentration

After fall 2012, new students are not being accepted into the program.  Change of major requests from current students or requests to transfer into the program from outside Becker College will be evaluated individually.

The hospitality and tourism industry is dynamic and growing, providing a number of opportunities for those who enjoy working with people and have a strong business background. A broad range of careers are available in such businesses as hotels and resorts; spa and wellness centers; recreation, leisure, and sports; tourism; gaming services; airlines; convention centers; and restaurants and food services. Lodging chains, in particular, often seek college graduates to fill management-track positions. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts job growth through a wide range of industries in this field, through 2014.

The Becker College hospitality and tourism concentration in the business administration program provides students with the general principles of hospitality and guest services. Complementary business course work covers marketing, accounting, human resource management, business, and law. Students will be prepared for entry-level managerial positions leading to career opportunities in front office and sales management, food and beverage management, and more.

For more information about the Becker College business administration hospitality and tourism concentration, call 877.523.2537 or email admissions@becker.edu.

Learning Outcomes:

Students will critically evaluate a company’s goals, strategy, financial health, competitive position, and commitment to ethical principles and social responsibility, and they will apply management and leadership theories to make recommendations for improvement.

Students will provide evidence of written and oral communication skills through essays, case analyses, exams, presentations, and/or projects.

Students will gain experience in their concentration through an internship, field experience, or a practicum.

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