Drexel at BCC's Hospitality Management program, offered through the Goodwin College of Professional Studies, recognizes the critical importance of an interdisciplinary education with a global perspective for tomorrow's industry leaders and managers. It is designed to prepare you for a career in one of three specializations: food and beverage management, travel and tourism, and lodging administration. With its focus on innovative management, customer service, technology, and international relations, the major is ranked by The Gourman Report in the top 10th percentile of national undergraduate programs.
The program can be completed in two years of full-time study. Part-time options are available.
Hospitality Management Information Systems – Studies computer applications in the hospitality industry, including inventory control, restaurant systems, bar and beverage systems, and telephone and security-management systems. Emphasizes guest tracking, electronic cash register, and point-of-sale devices.
Hotel and Restaurant Marketing – Covers techniques and principles of marketing services in the hospitality industry, with emphasis on marketing plans, advertising and promotion, sales, and public relations.
Gaming and Casino Management I – Examines theories pertinent to casino games including the organizational management, staffing, regulations, internal control, and reporting requirements of gaming operations.
View Drexel University's online catalog for more information.
Students enrolled in Burlington County College's Associate of Applied Science program in Food Service and Hospitality Management and students who have completed similar coursework elsewhere may be eligible for this program. View the required courses for the AAS in Food Service and Hospitality Management in the Burlington County College Catalog.
Plan of Study for BCC Students
We've developed a comprehensive plan of study for BCC students who enter the Drexel at BCC Hospitality Management program. This plan outlines the required courses students must complete to receive a bachelor's degree from Drexel. It also indicates how the BCC semester credits convert to Drexel quarter credits.