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Associate of Science Degree in Hospitality and Event Management

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Associate of Science Degree in Hospitality and Event Management

Opportunities for management careers in America’s hotels and restaurants increase every year as people spend more and more time away from home. In the hotel industry alone, there are large numbers of new jobs being created each year. Nationally, there are over eight million jobs in the food service industry. In fact, it is the largest retail employer in the United States according to the Bureau of Labor & Statistics. 

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Program Highlights and Locations

  • This program prepares graduates for management careers with hotels, restaurants, event facilities, and attractions. 
  • Students gain hands-on experience in some of the finest hotels, attractions, resorts, restaurants, and event operations.
  • Upon completion of the Associate of Science degree, graduates may apply for the bachelor's degree in Hospitality Management offered online.
  • A streamlined approach to education with year-round, 11-week quarters. 
  • Available Online
Locations:
Online Louisville Campus

Objectives

To educate and train the industry’s future leaders, equipping them with a firm grasp on hospitality operations as well as top-notch management and business skills.

Where will a degree from Sullivan take you?

  • Hotels 
  • Restaurant, Front of House 
  • Event Operations
  • Casinos
  • Attractions (theme park resorts)
  • Cruise Lines
  • Convention and Visitor Bureaus

Courses

Total Credit Hours: 90

Length: Twenty-four months, Eighteen months accelerated

Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses (when required), transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.

*Should a student decide to pursue advanced education upon graduation from Sullivan, Academic Services/ Registrar staff are available to review the graduate’s plans and assist with the transfer. Graduate students interested in graduate studies should consult the Dean of the Graduate School. Although the university is a regionally accredited collegiate institution at the doctoral degree level, transfer of credits from Sullivan to another institution cannot be guaranteed since the receiving school makes the final decision in matters of transfer credits.

Course

Title

Credit Hours

ACT 101

4.00

BUS 204

4.00

Elective

4.00

CAM 284

4.00

CAT 244

4.00

CSC 118

4.00

Elective

4.00

ENG 101

4.00

ENG 102

4.00

FYE 101

4.00

HRM 104

4.00

HRM 108

4.00

HRM 115

4.00

HRM 164

4.00

HRM 198

2.00

HRM 204

4.00

HRM 208

4.00

HRM 244

4.00

HRM 284

4.00

MTH 101

4.00

NTA 244

4.00

TRV 250

4.00

TRV 252

4.00

Total Credit Hours: 90

Length: Twenty-four months, Eighteen months accelerated

Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses (when required), transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.

*Should a student decide to pursue advanced education upon graduation from Sullivan, Academic Services/ Registrar staff are available to review the graduate’s plans and assist with the transfer. Graduate students interested in graduate studies should consult the Dean of the Graduate School. Although the university is a regionally accredited collegiate institution at the doctoral degree level, transfer of credits from Sullivan to another institution cannot be guaranteed since the receiving school makes the final decision in matters of transfer credits.