Center for Hospitality and Sport Management
The Center for Hospitality and Sport Management includes graduate programs in culinary arts and science (coming in fall 2017), food science, hospitality management, sport management and sport coaching leadership.
The distinct quality of all of our programs is the way we uniquely and individually work to connect each student to the career of their dreams. Through supportive and connected faculty, co-op opportunities, the most relevant guest lecturers, and partnerships with key regional and national employers, our programs build an industry-relevant resume and a strong network before graduation.
The Department of Culinary Arts and Food Science is a unique department which marries the creativity and science of food. The MS in Food Science offers a dynamic, multidisciplinary education grounded in the latest research techniques and technological applications in applying science to meet an ever-growing demand for healthy, safe and nutritious foods.
The Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management’s graduate program provides students with core business principles applied to the hospitality industry. Students will learn strategic management skills and customer service operating procedures with a focus on tourism, gaming and resorts. Course study content is current and customizable, reflecting the ever-changing environment of the casino, resort and tourism industry.
The Department of Sport Management’s graduate programs provide students with knowledge and skills directly related to the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of sport programs and offers solutions to practical problems in the sport management field. Programs are designed both for individuals already working in the sport industry as well as for individuals who are new to the industry and looking to make a career change into the more specialized fields of sport management or sport coaching.