Lakeland College

Hospitality Management


If you enjoy interacting with people and working in an energized environment where guests are looking to have fun, this major might suit your personality.

Lakeland's hospitality management program has been strong for two decades, and continues to send qualified graduates into exciting, fast-paced careers at resorts, hotels, restaurants and even on cruise ships around the world.

Right in Lakeland's backyard, world-class resorts such as the American Club in Kohler, the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake and Blue Harbor in Sheboygan draw guests from near and far. Internationally renowned golf courses Whistling Straits, Blackwolf Run and The Bull are also in the immediate neighborhood. Simply put, internships and long-term career opportunities in the lodging, food and beverage and other hospitality businesses abound.

See the world

In addition to the numerous local opportunities, Lakeland College believes in branching out, so this major also features incredible travel opportunities around the world.

We've become more focused on globalization. In the last 10 years, we've taken faculty-led trips with students to South Korea, Cancun, Costa Rica and the Bahamas.

This major falls under the business umbrella, so you will leave Lakeland armed with a strong base of core business classes. But there is also tremendous flexibility associated with this major, so you can personalize your hospitality management degree with other emphases – such as marketing or international business.

Hospitality Management at Lakeland

One of the many things that make Lakeland's hospitality management program particularly strong is the requirement of two internships, or an internship combined with a study abroad experience. Upcoming study abroad opportunities include China, Japan, Cancun and Luxembourg, and Lakeland students have recently interned at hotels or resorts in Tokyo and Guam.

In addition, because hospitality management is such an international industry, two semesters of a foreign language (Spanish, German, Chinese or Japanese) are required. With this degree, you will be hirable across the U.S. and beyond.


Lakeland College Logo

Contact Us

Got questions or comments? Let us know:

  • PHONE: 1 (800) 569-2166
    FAX: 920-565-1062
  • MAIL: PO Box 359, Sheboygan, WI 53082-0359
  • MAIN ADDRESS: W3718 South Drive Plymouth, WI 53073-4878 | Directions

Connect with us

Follow us & get in touch.

You are here: Home Traditional Undergraduate Academics Majors and Minors Hospitality Management