Hospitality and tourism is a global industry that will demand a knowledgeable and flexible workforce in the years to come, and our Associate of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management can help launch your career into this exciting and growing field.
The curriculum was developed alongside industry leaders in the nearby Wisconsin Dells, which boasts some of the region's premier restaurants, hotels, and attractions. Thanks to the versatility of our online courses, you can apply the skills and techniques from these classes while working in the hospitality and tourism industry throughout the country, giving you the valuable knowledge and experience to make you an attractive candidate for a wide variety of exciting careers. The School of Business at UW-Platteville has also established a partnership with UW-Stout's world-renowned School of Hospitality Leadership that allows for a seamless transition into UW-Stout's bachelor's degree program with full junior standing. Plus, because they offer the degree on campus or online, you can continue your education wherever it works best for you
Credits may be accepted from all properly accredited four-year and two-year institutions recognized by the Council for Higher Education. Generally, a maximum of 72 credits will be accepted from two-year institutions. Transfer coursework from the Wisconsin Technical College System is limited to previously established articulation agreements. Credits not accepted for transfer include vocational or unapproved technical, remedial or doctrinal.
If you are transferring from a UW System institution with an Associate of Arts or Science, you will meet all of the university general education requirements. Review the other institutions that have transfer agreements that will meet general education requirements with UW-Platteville or plan which courses you can transfer with our transfer guides.
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To be considered for admission, you'll need:
- High school diploma or have earned HSED/GED
- Meet college prep course requirements
- SAT or ACT (if under age 22)
* New freshman are not required to submit an ACT or SAT to be reviewed for admission if applying for fall 2020 through spring 2025 terms. For students that choose to forgo the use of a test score as a part of their admission review, additional focus will be placed on the high school grade point average and course rigor throughout the high school record.
Home-schooled, transfer, and international students are encouraged to apply. For complete information, view the full admission requirements.