focuses on management unlike other programs that emphasize technical skills
prepares you to rise to leadership positions in tourism, hotel and restaurant management, and event planning and management
And studying in a city with so many five-star establishments advances you faster!
In New York City, hospitality and tourism contribute an average of $8 billion a year to the economy of the five boroughs.
(Source: NYC & Company)
Lubin's Hospitality and Tourism Management Program prepares you to analyze and respond as a manager to factors shaping the industry, including the need to develop more sustainable business models with consideration to the environment, society, culture and the economy. You will address changing technology, legal implications, human resources, safety and security issues. Learn about domestic and international trends. Through Lubin, you gain
A strong business core as you focus on Hospitality and Tourism Management
Opportunities to study abroad as you focus on Hospitality and Tourism Management for better understanding of this global industry
Certified knowledge of safety and security in the hospitality industry
Broad understanding and critical analysis of travel, tourism, and policy
Lubin puts you at the center of the world's business life, through a network of alumni and corporate partners that reaches into major financial institutions, media companies, and growing businesses in every industry. Through our LinkedIn mentoring program, you will connect with prominent Lubin alumni in your field. We get you out of the classroom and into internships and career-opening events. We also get you out and involved in this lively metropolitan area. Our New York City campus gives you the connections, the opportunities, and the access to launch your career successfully.
Take full advantage of your dedicated team of advisers while you're here. They can guide you through the program and into your career, opening doors and making connections for you.
Pace University has the largest internship program in the Metropolitan New York area.
Gain valuable experience in one or more internshipswith
internationally respected companies. Students in the Hospitality and Tourism program complete a minimum 400-hour internship at sites that have included:
Abigail Kirsch Catering
Lorelei Enterprises & Events Inc.
New York City Convention and Visitor's Bureau (NYC & Company)
Ritz Carlton (New York and Westchester)
Trump Hotel Soho
947 students from 81 countries. Build your global network and take it with you when you graduate!
The application process can feel stressful—lots of forms to fill out, deadlines, tours, interviews—but know that we are right here with you every step of the way. Visit the "How to Apply" page for easy guidelines for submitting your application. In addition to the application, official high school transcripts, and college transcripts (for transfer students), a personal statement/essay, and two letters of
recommendation in sealed envelopes are required for admission. SAT I, ACT, and/or TOEFL scores should be sent directly to the Admissions
For admission information, please contact:
New York City campus Undergraduate Admission Phone: 212-346-1323 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
of U.S. schools that give the best return on your college investment (Source: PayScale)
As a manager in Hospitality and Tourism, you join a sector with an influential global presence. Worldwide, tourism ranks as one of the
top three industries in at least 63 countries.
Enjoy good pay: $38,000 average starting salary for Hospitality and Tourism majors (Source: Pace University Career Services Annual Reports). 40% of those who start their careers in the travel industry go on to earn more than $100,000 a year (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics). $53,970 mean annual salary nationally for lodging managers (Source: U.S. Department of Labor).
Make your career move with one of the over 300 employers who recruit Pace graduates every year
Varied industries and professional paths
Exciting opportunities at respected companies and organizations. Recent Lubin BBA in Hospitality and Tourism
graduates have begun their careers at:
Anfora Wine Bar
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Homewood Suites by Hilton
Leading Hotels of the World
Lorelei Enterprises & Events Inc.
Le Parker Meridien
In the center of New York City's business life, Lubin introduces you to successful business leaders and thriving multinational corporations. Connect directly with the world-class individuals who serve as an Executive- or Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Pace. We nurture relationships with many of the world's leading executives, to broaden and deepen your learning experiencefar beyond what you can expect at any other business school:
Meet top executives when they visit your classes and lecture on campus.
Off campus, we get you through the door and behind the scenes for unique opportunities, thanks to our rich and well-developed network of alumni and corporate partners:
Union Square Hospitality: Learn from one of the top restaurant companies in NYC.
Meet executives from Immersion Journeys, Discover NYC, the Caribbean Travel Association, and the Museum of Chinese in America.
Take site visits to Jumeirah Essex Hotel and Great Performance; volunteer at Biz Bash; and attend the International Hotel, Motel and Restaurant Show.
A Fortune 100 study trip to company headquarters
The Fed: Research at the Federal Reserve - almost 100 Lubin alumni are employed here
NYSE: The rush of the trading floor
"My favorite project as an intern was definitely working on the NAACP 100th anniversary event. I was all hands-on with the event for weeks and right up to the actual main event where we hosted President Barack Obama as the guest speaker and Chaka Khan as the main performer!"
- Adrian Simpson '12
Intern, Hilton New York
"My internship as a stagere at the five star Michelin Le Sirenuse Hotel in Positano, Italia has been exciting! The challenge of working in a different language than my native one has been nothing short of motivational. Learning Italian and the hotel business has also been a hands-on experience and exposed me to many things, from the food to the thousands of stairs to navigate. I've learned to work every aspect of Le Sirenuse Hotel - switchboard, reception, reservations, clients, and much more. While traveling along the Almafi Coast, I have met several culinary interns who like myself are most grateful for this amazing opportunity. I continue to work towards greatness each day and learn skills to help me in my future career!"
- Topaz Smith
Intern, Le Sirenuse Hotel
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