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Hospitality Management, A.A.S.

Requirements

The Hospitality Management program in the Woodbury School of Business offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Hospitality Management (as well as supporting a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management, with an Emphasis in Hospitality Management – listed elsewhere). Associate in Science and Associate in Applied Science degrees are also offered.

Total Program Credits: 63

General Education Requirements: 20 Credits
  ENGLISH  
  ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing 3
  ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing--Humanities/Social Sciences 3
  MATHEMATICS  
  MAT 1010 Intermediate Algebra 4
or Any higher Mathematics Course  
or Any approved Departmental Mathematics Course  
  HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS/FOREIGN LANGUAGE  
  Ethics and Values (PHIL 2050 recommended) 3
or Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign Language Distribution Course  
  SOCIAL BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE  
  Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or Political Science Distribution Course 3
  BIOLOGY OR PHYSICAL SCIENCE  
  Any approved Biology or Physical Science Distribution Course 3
  PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH/SAFETY OR ENVIRONMENT  
  Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety or Environment Course 1
Discipline Core Requirements: 37 Credits
  Business Computer Proficiency Exam *  
or IM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency (3.0)  
  HM 1010 Introduction to Hospitality Industry 3
  HM 1110 Food Production Principles 3
  HM 1130 Hotel Operations I 3
  HM 1180 Food and Beverage Management 3
  HM 281R Cooperative Work Experience 4
  HM 3020 Hospitality Managerial Accounting 4
  HM 3390 Hotel Operations II 3
  HM 3640 Food and Beverage Controls 3
  ACC 2010 Financial Accounting 3
  MGMT 2200 Business Communication 3
  MGMT 3890 Career Preparation 2
  ECON 1010 Economics as a Social Science 3
Elective Requirements: 6 Credits
 Six hours of elective credits from HM, ACC, ECON, DGM, FIN, INFO, LEGL, MGMT, or MKTG courses.  6

Graduation Requirements:

  1. Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits.
  2. Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above with no grade lower than a "C-" in hospitality or other Woodbury School of Business Courses.
  3. Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through course attendance at UVU; at least 16 credits must be in Woodbury School of Business courses.
  4. Completion of GE and specified departmental requirements. Students are responsible for completing all prerequisite courses.
Footnote
* Students will be required to complete the Business Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent or higher or complete the IM 2010 course with a score of 80 percent or higher.

Graduation Plan

This graduation plan is intended to be a guide. You are encouraged to meet with an advisor and set up an individualized graduation plan in Wolverine Track.

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours
ENGL  1010 Intro to Writing 3
MAT 1010 Intermediate Algebra 4
Humanities/Fine Art/Foreign Lang.  3
ECON 1010 Economics 3
IM 2010 or test Business Computer Proficiency 3
  Semester total: 16
Notes: IM 2010 may be used towards 6 hours of Business Electives
Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours
ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3
HM 1010 Intro to Hospitality Management 3
HM 1130 Hotel Operations I 3
HM 1180 Food and Beverage Management 3
ACC 2010 Financial Accounting 3
PHYS ED/HLTH SAFE 1
  Semester total: 16
Semester 3 Course Title Credit Hours
BIOL/PHYS Science 3
HM 3020 Hospitality Managerial Accounting  4
HM 3390 Hotel Operations II 3
MGMT 2200 Business Communications 3
Social Science  3
  Semester total: 16
Semester 4 Course Title Credit Hours
HM 1110 Food Production Principles 3
HM 3640 Food and Beverage Management 3
HM 281R Hospitality Management Internship  4
MGMT 3890 Career Preparation 2
Business Elective  3
  Semester total: 15
  Degree total: 63

Department

 Name:

Management

Location:

WB 242

Telephone:

801-863-7296

Email:

management@uvu.edu

Web Address:

uvu.edu/woodbury/management/

Chair:

David N McArthur

 
 

Mission Statement

The Department of Management supports and drives forward the Vision of the Woodbury School of Business (WSB), which is (that) “…(a)s a community-engaged school of business that integrates teaching and scholarship, we aspire to be a school of choice and a leader in student development, entrepreneurship, global involvement, and innovative teaching.”

We do this, as do all departments in the WSB, through…

  • Quality instruction and student involvement
  • Faculty and student scholarship
  • Community outreach and engaged learning
  • Integration and application of knowledge
  • Social, ethical, cultural, and global literacy
 
 

Management

Career Opportunities

Many opportunities exist for those trained in business management in private industry, government, and through entrepreneurship. Possible jobs in domestic and international businesses include agents, business managers, business executives, operations managers, health service administrators, human resources managers, job benefits and analysis specialists, management analysts, office managers, and purchasing managers.

Job Outlook

Job demand is high, particularly in larger metropolitan areas; and the employment outlook is excellent. 

Programs

Students majoring in business management may receive a Certificate of Completion, an Associate in Applied Science in Business Management, an Associate in Science with a pre-major in Business, or a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management  or a Bachelor of Science in Business Management with a specialization in one of the following four areas: Entrepreneurship, General Business, Hospitality Management or International Business. An Associate in Science Woodbury School of Business transfer degree is available for students planning to transfer to another college or university in Utah. (See the Woodbury School of Business section of the catalog for details on the AS degree.)

 
 

Hospitality Management

Program Coordinator: Doug Miller

Career Opportunities

The Hospitality Management program prepares graduates for employment in one of the fastest growing segments of the nation’s economy. The additions of several new convention centers in the state have dramatically increased the need for hotel and restaurant facilities. Students are marketable in a wide range of hospitality and tourism areas such as: hotel, resort, and motel management; event planning; restaurant and institutional food service; and a number of other areas such as cruise ship management, amusement park management, convention and visitor facilities, and gaming facilities.

The Hospitality Management program in the Woodbury School of Business offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Hospitality Management, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management, with an Emphasis in Hospitality Management. Associate in Science and Associate in Applied Science degrees are also offered.

The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management degree offers the possibility for a student to choose one of four specializations: General Operations; Revenue Management; Food and Beverage Management (designed mainly for Culinary Arts AAS graduates); and Foreign Language Track (which provides 12-15 hours of language credit).

*See Culinary Arts Institute section of this catalog for program.

Programs

Four degrees are available: Associate in Applied Science; Associate in Science Degree; a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management; and Bachelor of Science in Business Management with an Emphasis in Hospitality Management.

 
 

Woodbury School of Business

Advisement Center:

  • Office: WB 257
  • Telephone: 801-863-8032


Dean:
Norman S. Wright

 
 

Faculty

Jared Chapman(2011)

Assistant Professor

Department: Management
Faculty



B.A., Recreational Management & Youth Leadership, M.B.A., Ph.D., Applied Social Psychology, Brigham Young University; M.S., Instructional Technology, Utah State University.

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Charles Cozzens(1998)

Associate Professor

Department: Management
Faculty



B.S., Psychology, M.B.A., Marriott School of Business Management, Brigham Young University; M.A., Human and Organizational Systems, Fielding Graduate University.

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Vance Gough(2014)

Assistant Professor

Department: Management
Faculty



B.A., Political Science, M.B.A., Business Administration/Management; Ed.D., Education, University of Calgary, Alberta.

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Tammy Huffman(2010)

Associate Professor

Department: Management
Faculty

Department: Business Graduate Studies

B.S., Management and Economics, Centre College of Kentucky; M.B.A., University of Tennessee Chattanooga; Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Kentucky.

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Yang Huo(2002)

Associate Professor

Department: Management
Faculty



B.S., Business Administration, Brigham Young University; M.S., Hotel Administration, University of Nevada; Ph.D., Hospitality and Tourism Management, Virginia Tech.

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Bernd Kupka(2011)

Associate Professor

Department: Management
Faculty



B.A., Communication, University of Hawaii at Hilo; M.S., Corporate & Professional Communication, Radford University; Ph.D., Management, University of Otago.

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Susan Madsen(2002)

Professor

Department: Management
Faculty

Department: Business Graduate Studies

B.A., Speech Communication Education, Brigham Young University; M.S., Teaching, Exercise Science/Fitness, Portland State University; Ed.D., Human Resource Development, University of Minnesota.

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David McArthur(2003)

Associate Professor

Department: Management
Department Chair

Department: Business Graduate Studies
Faculty

B.S., Marine Engineering, United States Merchant Marine Academy; M.B.A., International Business and Finance, M.A., International and Area Studies (emphasis in Asian Studies), Brigham Young University; Ph.D., Business Administration, University of South Carolina.

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Douglas Miller(1996)

Professor

Department: Management
Faculty



B.S., Hospitality Management, Brigham Young University, Hawaii; M.B.A., Chaminade University; Ph.D., University of Utah.

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James Mortensen(2013)

Professional In Residence

Department: Management
Faculty

Department: Business Graduate Studies

B.S., Business Adminstration, M.P.A., Public Administration, Brigham Young University; M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

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Jeffrey Peterson(2009)

Assistant Professor

Department: Management
Faculty

Department: Business Graduate Studies

B.S., Family Science, M.B.A., Brigham Young University; M.S., Business, Ph.D., Management (Organizational Behavior), University of Washington.

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Peter Robinson(2003)

Morris Professor of Entrepreneurship

Department: Management
Faculty

Department: Business Graduate Studies

B.S., Psychology (emphasis in Organizational Psychology), Ph.D., Organizational Psychology, Brigham Young University.

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Kevin Rhoads(2012)

Assistant Professor

Department: Marketing
Faculty

Department: Management

B.A., French, Brigham Young University; Ph.D. (ABD), Strategy/Entrepreneurship, University of Oklahoma.

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Eugene Seeley(1995)

Associate Professor

Department: Management
Faculty



B.A., French, Brigham Young University; M.I.M., American Graduate School of International Management.

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Jonathan Westover(2008)

Assistant Professor

Department: Management
Faculty



B.S., Sociology (emphasis in Research and Analysis, Business Minor, Korean Minor), M.P.A., Human Resources and Organizational Behavior, Brigham Young University; M.S., Sociology, Ph.D. (ABD), Sociology, University of Utah.

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Careers

Careers:    
The Hospitality Management program prepares graduates for employment in one of the fastest growing segments of the nation’s economy. The additions of several new convention centers in the state have dramatically increased the need for hotel and restaurant facilities. Students are marketable in a wide range of hospitality and tourism areas such as: hotel, resort, and motel management; event planning; restaurant and institutional food service; and a number of other areas such as cruise ship management, amusement park management, convention and visitor facilities, and gaming facilities.
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