Enhance your career with a bachelor’s degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management. Choose from one of our various majors or complete our general degree program, which maximizes your electives to create a customized course of study.

Real-world curriculum: Provides you with the leadership and analytical skills needed to enhance your career

Hospitality means business: Top faculty, dedicated career services department and experiential learning in one of the world's most vibrant cities for hospitality and tourism

Flexible scheduling: On-campus and fully online options available

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At the Chaplin School, our mission is to equip the leaders and change-makers of tomorrow with the tools necessary to tackle the future of hospitality and tourism management.

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  • Accelerated Combined Bachelor’s & Master’s (4+1 program)

    In-person
    Subject AreaAccelerated Combined Bachelor’s & Master’s (4+1 program)
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    Description

    Get your master's in less time, for less [money]! This program is designed for outstanding undergraduate students to pursue a master of science (MS) in Hospitality Management while completing their bachelor of science (BS) degree in Hospitality Management. Fully Online option is also available, contact your advisor for more information.

  • Bachelor of Arts in Global Sustainable Tourism

    Available Online
    Subject AreaGlobal Sustainable Tourism
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    Fully Online

    Description

    This innovative degree recognizes the importance of sustainable operations in the tourism industry today, its impacts on the planet, and the increasing demand for a more sustainable approach to managing hospitality and tourism businesses.

    Cost

    $5000

     

  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

    In-person, Available Online
    Subject AreaHospitality Management
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    In PersonAvailable Online

    Description

    The program offers a comprehensive set of core requirements and practical experiences that provide a solid foundation in business management, finance, logistics, accounting, operations and more, preparing you to excel and lead in the biggest industry in the world.

  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Beverage Management

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    Subject AreaBeverage Management
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    Description

    The Beverage Management track offers students the opportunity to learn relevant skills to work in the beverage industry with a focus on wine and brewing arts. The curriculum was designed for individuals with a specific interest in a career as a wine professional/Sommelier, brewing industry, and beverage operations.

  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Entertainment Management

    Available Online
    Subject AreaEntertainment Management
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    Available Online

    Description

    The Entertainment Management track offers an opportunity to explore and prepare for employment in the music and entertainment industries, including concert production, venue management, tour coordination. The curriculum was designed for individuals with a specific interest in a career in the operations of the live entertainment industry.

  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Event Management

    In-person, Available Online
    Subject AreaEvent Management
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    In PersonAvailable Online

    Description

    The Event Management track offers an opportunity to explore and prepare for employment in areas such as social events, corporate and marketing events, festivals, meetings/conventions and trade shows. The curriculum was designed for individuals with specific interest in a career as a corporate or independent event planner.

  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Food Innovations & Entrepreneurship

    Available Online
    Subject AreaFood Innovations & Entrepreneurship
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    Description

    The Food Innovation and Entrepreneurship major combines the hospitality core curriculum with a science-based focus on Food and Beverage, Culinary Arts, and Food Science disciplines. It combines food science with organizational management, food safety, and quality assurance, together with courses on food business management and entrepreneurship. Career opportunities include Director of Research & Development, Food Product Development Manager, Food Safety Team Leader, and Food Innovation Research Scientist.

  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Hospitality Leadership

    In-person, Available Online
    Subject AreaHospitality Leadership
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    In Person /Available Online

     

    Description

    The best leaders in the hospitality industry inspire people to follow them and live up to the example they’re setting. The Hospitality Leadership major compliments the hospitality core curriculum with a focus on developing people-centered leaders. This includes competencies in areas such as diversity, inclusion, collaboration, service, emotional intelligence, and creating a positive organization.

     

    For more information, contact Vice Dean Diann Newman.

  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Hotel/Lodging Management

    In-person, Available Online
    Subject AreaHotel/Lodging Management
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    In PersonAvailable Online

    Description

    The Hotel/Lodging track offers students the opportunity to learn specific skills to work in all aspects of the hotel and lodging industry with a focus on front and back of the house and revenue management. The curriculum was designed for individuals with a specific interest in hotels, lodging, cruise ship operations, group sales, or property management

  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Restaurant & Culinary Management

    In-person, Available Online
    Subject AreaRestaurant & Culinary Management
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    In-person / Fully Online

    Description

    The Restaurant/Culinary Management allows students to explore aspects of the successful operation of food service establishments, including profitability and hospitality guest services.

  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Spirits Management

    In-person, Available Online
    Subject AreaSpirits Management
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    In-PersonAvailable Online

    Description

    The Spirits Management track offers students the opportunity to learn relevant skills to work in all aspects of the spirits and beverage industry with a focus on how the segment influences the hospitality industry. The curriculum was designed for individuals with a specific interest in bar operations, beverage marketing, and the art and history of mixology.

  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Travel and Tourism Management

    In-person, Available Online
    Subject AreaTravel & Tourism Management
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    In PersonAvailable Online

    Description

    Travel & Tourism Management allows students to explore aspects of tourism development, policy development, global tourism, eco-tourism, tourism analysis, sustainable tourism, and the economic impact of tourism. The curriculum was designed for individuals with a specific interest in international tourism development, sustainability and environmental and psychological aspects of travel.

  • Marriott Tianjin China Program

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    Subject AreaMarriott Tianjin China Program
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    Description

    Experience international hospitality and tourism firsthand as you earn an undergraduate degree and learn the industry in China. This opportunity is available to all FIU students. Transfer students are encouraged to complete their first year in China, then return to Miami for their senior year.

  • Minors

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    Subject AreaMinors
    Format

    In-Person

    Description

    A minor is not required for the BS in Hospitality Management degree, however, students may elect a minor if they choose to. Students who are not in the Hospitality Management degree program may choose 12 credits from any of the course offerings to create their own minor according to their particular interests.

"My favorite things about the Chaplin School are the amazing campus and the career development department which does their best to provide internship, job and volunteer opportunities for their students. To me the Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management means OPPORTUNITY."

Vi Phan '22, View more testimonials