Resort and Hospitality Administration (B.S.)


Build your hospitality career here

The Bachelor of Science degree in Resort & Hospitality Administration prepares students for careers in all areas of the industry.

Southwest Florida is known around the world for its exceptional resort facilities, upscale hotels, restaurants, private clubs, year-round recreational offerings and fun-in-the-sun lifestyle. With more than 40 top-rated resorts and 160 private clubs in the region, it is also an ideal location for a degree program that focuses on the dynamic needs of hospitality management.

Through our coursework, internships and unparalleled facilities, Florida Gulf Coast University offers the nation's most distinctive resort management program. The curriculum, developed by academic and industry leaders, is uniquely focused on the essential knowledge needed to manage the complex operations of multi-million-dollar resorts, private clubs, events, catering, transportation and spa businesses around the world.

Through internship experiences and course selections from a defined list of electives, students can focus their studies on any of the following topics: Event Management, Restaurant and Club Management, Food and Beverage Management, and Lodging Management.

  • Mission Statement

washing hands

Hospitality Industry Repository

Resources regarding how best to recover from the astounding effects of COVID-19. We hope it will help the industry that supports us, our students and our alumni. Provided by our friends at Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management

VIEW REPOSITORY

Concentrations

  • Event Management Concentration
  • Restaurant and Club Management Concentration
  • Food and Beverage Management Concentration
  • Lodging Management Concentration
  • Program Requirements

  • Curriculum Map

  • Learning Outcomes

  • Accreditation

  • Admissions Information

  • Course Description

  • Course Schedule

  • Tuition, Fees, and Financial Assistance

  • Required Internships

  • Professional Placement Rates, Student Retention Rates, and Careers & Outcomes

Contact a Resort & Hospitality Management Advisor