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B.S. in Hospitality Management

Become a leader in one of the fastest growing global industries in the country

The Ole Miss Hospitality Management program prepares students to handle a wide array of needs across the hospitality industry. Valuable hands-on experiences enables students to receive the academic foundation and practical experience needed to be successful after graduation.

Key Benefits

The BS in Hospitality Management program allows for specialization based on students' career goals. With over 600 industry hours of pre-internship and internship experiences, students stay involved in many areas of hospitality management.

Graduate Outcomes

Graduates from the Ole Miss Hospitality Management program have career opportunities in many different industries, such as restaurants and food service, lodging, events and conferences, travel and tourism, and also gaming and recreation.

Experiences Offered

Through pre-internship experiences, students are able to find their passion. Students then dedicate their senior year to a full-time internship experience of their choice. Students may also earn academic credits through work in locations around the U.S. or abroad.


B.S. in Hospitality Management Faculty

Students develop strong relationships extending beyond graduation with an experienced Ole Miss faculty. Faculty expertise spans every aspect of the hospitality management field.

Eun Kyong Choi
Interim Chair and Associate Professor of Nutrition and Hospitality Management
Hyunwoo Joung
Associate Professor of Nutrition & HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
Mary G Roseman
Professor Emeritus of Nutrition & Hospitality Management
James Joseph Taylor
Associate Professor of Nutrition and Hospitality Management

The B.S.H.M. degree requires 52 hours of professional coursework: NHM 111, 211, 213, 215, 216, 261, 310, 311, 360, 363, 376, 462, 472, 464, 467, and 484.

Applicants for the Bachelor of Science in hospitality management program should have at least a 2.5 grade point average.

Student Organizations

Ole Miss Hospitality Management students will have the opportunity to be a part of student organizations such as Ole Miss Ambassadors for Southern Hospitality and Kappa Omicron Nu.