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Hospitality Management Online Degree

Online Hospitality Management Degree

Earn Your Degree in Hospitality Today!

Students can choose from eight different concentrations to expand their career options in hospitality and tourism, or to advance in their current jobs and secure better opportunities in the field. Ohio University's online Bachelor of Applied Science in Hospitality Management major is a great segue to a Bachelor of Applied Human and Consumer Sciences degree.

This flexible online format allows you to pace your classes to fit your life and career. Prior college credits often transfer, allowing you to finish your degree more quickly.

Ohio University is ranked the top college in Ohio for online education by Newsweek.

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What courses will you take?

Courses cover hotel and restaurant operation, customer service, tourism and marketing, and more.

Course list

Transferring Credits

Have you already begun your journey to a Bachelor of Applied Hospitality Management degree? Find information on transferring your credits.

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Career Opportunities

Earning a degree in Hospitality Management will help you advance your career in the hospitality field. Positions in this field include food service manager, food service supervisor, chef, hotel manager, lodging manager, event coordinator, travel guide, transportation manager and more.

Flexible Online Format

With asynchronous coursework and flexible advising, students can complete their degree on their own schedule. Take a full load and finish the degree in four semesters, or pace your courses to fit your life and career.

Admission Requirements

  • Admission to the program as a freshman applicant requires successful attainment of a high school diploma, state-recognized high school equivalent or GED.
  • Transfer applicants must have a cumulative grade-point average of 2.0 or higher from all institutions previously attended to be considered for admission. If you have completed fewer than 20 semester hours or 30 quarter hours of university or college coursework, you must also submit your high school transcript for evaluation.


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