National Restaurant Association Honors Seton Hill Students
“Both Jennifer and Aimee are exceptional students,” said Richard Mills, Assistant Professor of Hospitality and Tourism, who nominated both students for inclusion in the Forum. “In addition to excelling in the classroom, both young women have worked with local industry entrepreneurs through the National Education Center for Women in Business. Seton Hill couldn’t have been better represented at the Forum.”
The Bachelor of Science degree in Hospitality and Tourism at Seton Hill incorporates a core liberal arts curriculum with specialized training in the field of hospitality and tourism. Students in the Hospitality and Tourism program complete a minimum 360 hours of externship (9 credits) in addition to 280 hours of directed study with a hospitality/tourism field supervisor. The program emphasizes the use of historical sites and cultural as well as geographic resources in the promotion of the Western Pennsylvania region.
For more information on the Hospitality and Tourism program at Seton Hill, please visit www.setonhill.edu or call 1-800-826-6234.