Student Outcome Reporting lists program learning outcomes, retention rates, and placement rates.
Program Learning Outcomes
Ability to apply key industry principles and effective management practice across a variety of hospitality and tourism sectors.
Students acquire expertise in the fundamental hospitality and tourism core: human resources, marketing, foods and nutrition, organization and management, accounting/finance, operations, ethics. They are able to apply this knowledge to a wide range of hospitality and tourism sectors.
Demonstrate ability in effective written & verbal skills (effective communication)
Students demonstrate the skills required for effective communication to enter the global hospitality and tourism industry through a range of communication courses, experiential exercises, and practicum.
Demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving as a member of the hospitality and tourism industry.
Personal responsibility, critical thinking, problem solving, and ethical decision-making are encouraged both in and outside of the classroom. Real-world case studies of day-to-day hospitality and tourism operations are frequently used as a vehicle for discussion and student learning.
Participate and be evaluated on a structured work experience.
Students demonstrate the skills required to enter the global hospitality and tourism industry through a range of experiential exercises, service-learning opportunities, practica/internships, and simulations. Required courses often involve team projects and industry-oriented classroom presentations.
|Undergrad Student/Faculty Ratio||16:1||15:1||13:1|
|Retention Rate - Freshman to Sophomore||%||86.96%||86.96%|
|Percentage of students employed in the hospitality industry or a related field within 90 days after graduation||>90%||>90%||>90%|