Harrison College – Anderson, IN

Harrison College Anderson Hospitality Management School

Harrison College Anderson

School Information

school name Harrison College
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school address 140 East 53rd Street Anderson, IN 46013
for or non profit Private, For Profit

Welcome to Harrison College in Anderson

Our aim has always been to change lives, one student at a time, with a student-centered, empowering style of education. We want you to succeed. That is why we are here.

Harrison College is and always has been a family-owned college, and that is why family values continue to be a high priority for our administration, faculty and staff.

We support, encourage and empower our students, faculty and staff every day. We do our best to make sure those at Harrison succeed in their professional and personal lives while positively impacting those around them.

Bachelor’s – Hospitality Management  – Anderson, IN

Harrison College’s School of Business offers an advantage for seasoned industry professionals to further their education. With experienced faculty and small class sizes, students receive the education and experience they need to start a successful career in Hospitality Management.

At Harrison’s School of Business, we approach education differently. We’re committed to providing the support and experience you need to be confident and ready to work in a growing field. By 2022, the hospitality industry is expected to account for one in every 10 jobs around the world*.

The Hospitality Management online degree enables current professionals to continue working while taking courses with flexibility through career-focused curriculum and a personalized experience. In a growing field with opportunities for advancement or growth, it is essential to be prepared with relevant education.

As a student of the Hospitality Management program, you will be taught how to:

  • Apply research, concepts, methods and principles of hospitality management
  • Appreciate culturally diverse perspectives and their impact on the hospitality field
  • Effectively interpret and report to stakeholders appropriate financial data needed for effective hospitality management
  • Demonstrate the critical thinking, communication skills and ethical foundation necessary for a successful customer service-based business environment

As a graduate of the Hospitality Management program, you may be qualified for the following careers:

  • Dining room manager
  • Casino cage supervisor
  • Assistant general manager
  • Front desk manager
  • Food sales manager

Students successful in the Hospitality Management program can be described as:

  • Effective public speakers
  • Good at analyzing financial results
  • Skilled at handling internal and external guest issues

According to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), the hospitality and tourism industries are the largest and fastest-growing industries in the world, and the hospitality industry accounts for 225 million jobs.

*World Travel & Tourism Council