Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management
The primary goal of the Hospitality and Resort Management program is to produce graduates who have the knowledge and skills necessary for them to be successful in the increasingly competitive hospitality business environment. Hospitality and Resort Management is committed to expanding the general business knowledge, specific hospitality skills, and overall technical competence of both students and faculty who matriculate and educate within this program.
Program objectives of the B.S.Ed. in Sport and Leisure Management are: (a) to become involved in the profession and committed to the academic, service, and social mission of the profession; (b) to demonstrate an awareness of the critical role of diversity to the delivery of inclusive sport and leisure services; (c) to demonstrate effective leadership within the sport and leisure profession; and (d) to behave in accordance with the ethical standards of the sport and leisure profession.
Requirements for Majors and Minors