Undergraduate Program in Hospitality Management

By studying hospitality management at K-State Olathe, you have the benefit of living and working in Kansas City while earning a bachelor of science degree to advance your career.

Benefits of Studying at K-State Olathe

$460.20 per credit hour*
120 credit hours
Scholarships available

*This estimate includes tuition and fees and is for illustrative purposes only. Your hours and costs will differ depending on your transfer hours, course choices and your academic progress.

 

Hospitality Management Webinar

Watch our pre-recorded webinar to learn how you can live, work and earn your degree, all in Kansas City, with our bachelor of science degree program in Hospitality Management.

 

Program Overview

Our hospitality management program affords you the opportunity to stay in KC, work in KC and earn your degree in KC.

To earn your bachelor's degree from K-State, students need to complete 120 total credit hours. The first 60 credits are earned from one of our community college partners in Greater Kansas City. The remaining 60 credits are earned from K-State— 18 hours are face-to-face at K-State Olathe and 32 hours are online through the K-State Global Campus.

This flexible program is tailored to the Greater Kansas City region. Students can customize their degree to match their career goals by working in an area that leads to a rewarding career in the hospitality industry.

 

Student Spotlight

Learn why Myron Peterson wanted to earn his degree after working in the hospitality industry for years without one.

 

FAQ

 

Admissions Guide

Admissions requirements are outlined in the downloadable pdf file in the link below.
View admissions guide

 

Campus Options

At K-State's Olathe campus, you can complete your undergraduate degree with Kansas City as your backdrop and a combination of in-person and online courses.

If you're interested in a more traditional student experience, our Manhattan campus also offers a B.S. in Hospitality Management.

 

Connect with Us

Have other questions we can help you with? Please contact:

Brett Horton
ACPHA accreditation logoProfessor of Practice in
Hospitality Management
913-307-7380
hortonbw@k-state.edu