Hospitality Management Online
Degree Completion Program for a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management with an Emphasis in Food and Beverage Management
As careers in restaurant, catering and venue management become increasingly popular, the University of Missouri is answering the call for higher education in the food and beverage industry by adding an online option to its bachelor's degree in hospitality management, emphasis in food and beverage management.
The degree is designed for
- Those interested in pursuing their bachelor's in food and beverage management
- Those with culinary training, including active-duty military and veterans
- Students from community colleges and other training programs who have taken food service vocational course work
- Individuals who have earned an associate's degree that included completion of many general education courses and some hospitality courses
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Courses will build off of the practical experience you bring from culinary programs and military training, transitioning you from a food service operator into thinking and leading like a manager. MU's online courses allow you to complete assignments within given time frames wherever you are.
- Begin taking courses in August and January
- Each food and beverage course lasts only eight weeks
- Courses include hospitality law, food and beverage operations, catering management, as well as private club and commercial food production
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The online food and beverage management program is one of the first undergraduate online offerings from the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) at the University of Missouri.
The on-campus hospitality management program has been recognized nationally for its hands-on approach and focus on the business and management side of the food and beverage industry.
Our faculty members bring their experiences in the hospitality industry into the virtual world to help the class come alive.