No matter how you define it, a career in hospitality boils down to serving others. It’s where that service happens that defines the skill set—and degree—you need to succeed.
Someone working in a hotel may choose to earn their bachelor’s degree in hospitality management. Or, if you work in the events industry, planning everything from conferences to concerts, a BS – Sports, Entertainment, Event — Management may be your ticket to success.
But if you work—or desire to work—serving others in a less transient capacity, such as in condo and resort communities, luxury properties, or assisted living facilities, you need a degree program that addresses this specific knowledge base. This is an emerging market, and Johnson & Wales University is one of the first—if not the first—to offer a dedicated bachelor’s degree program in residential hospitality.
As a student in the BS – Residential Hospitality degree program, you’ll take targeted hospitality and business courses such as:
- Leading Service Excellence in the Hospitality Industry
- Introduction to Residential Property Operations Management
- Resort, Vacation Ownership and Spa Management
- Leadership in Recreation/Leisure Settings
- Real Estate
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in property, real estate, and community association management are poised to grow 10 percent through 2026. Get ahead of the curve, and apply today!
Want to learn more about earning your online BS – Residential Hospitality Management degree at Johnson & Wales University? Complete the “Request Info” form on this page or call 855-JWU-1881.