Hospitality Management Minor for Non-Business Majors

Hospitality Management Minor classes enhance a student's competitive "positioning" in seeking management opportunities.

Hospitality classes are "industry-linked" and have direct industry application. All classes are taught by professionals, with a combined total of over 120 years of hands-on industry experience, including management and ownership in aspects of restaurants, hotels, culinary, beverage, sales and marketing, finance, tourism and travel.

  • Intense concentration of business and hospitality management class
  • Classes provide a basic foundation and knowledge of the industry
  • Classes enhance a student's competitive "positioning" in seeking management opportunities
  • Hospitality classes are "industry-linked" and have direct industry application
  • All classes are taught by professionals, with a combined total of over 120 years of hands-on industry experience, including management and ownership in aspects of restaurants, hotels, culinary, beverage, sales and marketing, finance, tourism and travel
  • The faculty's network is extensive, their industry knowledge is current, and their enthusiasm and passion for the industry is beyond compare 

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HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT MINOR (21 UNITS)

The Minor in Hospitality Management is designed for non-business majors who have an interest in expanding their knowledge and enhancing their career opportunities in the hospitality industry.

REQUIRED 8 BUSINESS UNITS

REQUIRED HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Minor Courses

ELECTIVES

SELECT 8 UNITS FROM THE HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM

Contact Info

Admission: Undergraduate

Monday–Friday 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. and Saturdays by appointment

University of San Francisco
Main Campus
Lone Mountain, Second Floor
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 422-6563