Purpose and Focus
The Department of Food and Beverage Management’s primary objective is to enhance the student’s career opportunities in the food and beverage industry. Graduates will be qualified for entry-level management positions, with the capability of advancing to general management positions.
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Undergraduate Degrees and Majors
Culinary Arts Management
Work Experience Requirement
In addition to general academic requirements, the Harrah College of Hotel Administration requires 1,000 hours of acceptable employment. Students majoring in the Department of Food and Beverage Management must obtain work consistent with their field of study, e.g., culinary arts management and foodservice management majors must work in the food and beverage industry, Beverage management majors must work in the beverage industry. Upon completion of the work hours and verification, students must enroll in FAB 295 to receive a passing grade.
The internship must also be consistent with the student’s major and must be approved by an internship instructor. Students majoring within the department register for FAB 450 or 451.