The Palmetto College Online Bachelor of Science degree in Hospitality Management is issued by USC Beaufort, one of USC’s senior campuses.
The Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism industry is the number one industry in the state
of South Carolina, offering multiple job opportunities for students pursuing careers
in the field. Students will be allowed to pursue their interests in different areas
of concentration such as hotels, food service, or tourism in general. The program
encourages students to focus on destinations within South Carolina, and we hope to
retain talented graduates to work right here in our state.
The purpose of the Hospitality Management program is to provide and continually improve
a curriculum responsive to the dynamics of the state’s growing hospitality industry.
This will be achieved through teaching, applied research, and service.
The department will:
- Provide a high quality educational experience through excellence in teaching.
- Conduct applied research to advance knowledge in the discipline.
- Provide outreach and service to the state and local hospitality/tourism industries.
What can I do with a degree in Hospitality Management?
Students will be prepared to serve in leadership and management positions in a wide
range of settings including lodging, food service, time-share operations, golf courses,
resort operations, retail conference and convention arenas, private clubs, continuing
care/retirement facilities, among others.
Prerequisites and Requirements
Students must have completed 45-60 previous college credit to apply for this online degree program. If you haven’t earned sufficient hours, you can do so at any of our Palmetto College campuses or a technical college. Students can transfer directly to USC Beaufort at any time during enrollment if institutional transfer requirements are met.
Total requirements for the degree: 120 hours.
Major requirements available online: 57
GPA: 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
If you’re a full-time student, the program should take about two years—the same as
if you were attending class in-person. If you work, you may need to take a lighter
Talk to an advisor about how to balance Palmetto College classes with your schedule.
|Semester||Application Deadline||Missing Documents||Final Registration||Tuition Deadline||Class Start|
|Fall 2017||August 1, 2017||August 1, 2017||August 24, 2017||TBD||August 24, 2017|
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