With a CIA Bachelor of Science (BS) in Hospitality Management degree, you’ll have a strong foundation for successful career options at world-class hotels, restaurants, resorts, and other top tourist attractions and destination management locations. Learn to make the best impressions as you blend business savvy, culinary excellence, social engagement, and high-end beverage service while leading teams of professionals to create unique experiences that your guests will never forget. The CIA’s industry-experienced faculty will ensure you receive a hands-on learning experience that puts you in line for a top position. By the time you’ve earned your degree, you will already be considered an expert in several facets of hospitality management.
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Please note: Current CIA students should meet with their advisors for more information about this new degree offering.
With nearly a million new jobs being created by 2024 in the leisure and hospitality sectors, there is no better time to pursue a career in hospitality management. After you graduate, pursue a career in exciting areas of hospitality management, such as:
With so many possibilities, our Career Services staff is ready to help you every step of the way. There’s no network like the CIA network, which includes some of the world’s most renowned culinary, beverage, and hospitality experts.
The list of celebrated CIA alumni is as diverse as it is extensive. They’ve found success doing what they love. Now it’s your turn.
The 123-credit Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management program includes:
You will get an ideal mix of in-depth service management, business, and liberal arts courses with a strong food and beverage core unique to the CIA.
The curriculum features a semester-long internship experience, as well as optional, specialized study concentrations in key hospitality industry segments.
Bachelor’s students also can choose to study abroad through the CIA Global Cuisines & Cultures course, which includes travel to culinary destinations such as China, France, Italy, Peru, and Spain.
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The CIA is very committed to making your CIA education as affordable as possible. Our costs are comparable to similar colleges, and here’s even better news—approximately 92% of our students receive some form of financial aid.
Don’t let applying for financial assistance keep you from going to the world’s premier culinary college. No matter what your individual circumstances are, we will work with you to help make attending the CIA an affordable investment in your future in the world of food.
Join CIA Professor Dr. Maureen Costura as she takes you on an up-close tour of the college’s apiary. This project, part of the Applied Food Studies degree program, is an exciting experience for students who are studying the role, benefits, and challenges of pollinators in the ecology of our food systems.