Be at the center of the action.

Hospitality and event professionals are the brains and organizational power for everything from rock concerts to business conventions. With a Bachelor’s in Hospitality and Event Management from CUAA, you’ll be prepared for success in an exciting and growing industry.

Credits 120
Sample Careers
  • Event Planner
  • Manager
  • Fundraising Manager
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The average undergraduate student award is $16,603.

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Program Overview

Concordia’s Bachelor’s of Science in hospitality and event business allows you to pursue your dream of becoming a hospitality business professional through an undergraduate major or minor. You can expect event management courses to focus on a wide variety of topics like critical analysis, solution development, innovation, analytics, finance, teamwork development, leadership growth, and more.

What to Expect

Management in hospitality is a growing industry, and a bachelor’s in hospitality management offers you a lot of room for personal and professional development in the field. Concordia’s program offers a variety of concentrations including event management, food and beverage management, lodging management, and hospitality business. 

In addition, we have a professional advisory board made up of industry experts, who design courses and experiences that will prepare you for your career. There’s nothing better than learning from actual industry experts.

You’ll have the ability to network with and learn from professionals in hospitality, tourism and event management, as well as business people who work within the many sub-professions tied to these industries. Better still, when you display consistent professional and personal growth in the classroom, you’ll earn the opportunity to gain intensive field experience at major events, like the Rose Bowl, Final Four, Frozen Four, College World Series, Copa America, the Super Bowl, and many others.

Program outcomes
  • Demonstrate growth and skills in communication methods used within the sport and entertainment industries
  • Exhibit analytical, critical analysis and problem solving skills 
  • Utilizing project-based learning, students will develop and articulate human relations and conceptual competencies necessary to advance the sport and entertainment industry
  • Consistently frame and assess globally-minded personal and professional leadership skills that increase industry opportunities
  • Demonstrate a service mindset based on Christian values intended to benefit the person, community, and the world
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