Dedman School of Hospitality

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Dedman School of Hospitality
DoakCampbellStadium.jpg
Dedman School of Hospitality is located in University Center B at FSU's Doak Campbell Stadium.
TypePublic
Established1947
DeanDon Farr (Director)
Location, ,
U.S.
Websitewww.dedman.fsu.edu

The Dedman School of Hospitality is located in Tallahassee, Florida at Florida State University. The School was founded in 1947 and offers majors in Hospitality Management & Tourism and Global Club Management & Leadership. They previously offered a degree in Professional Golf Management, but the major is no longer offered. The Dedman School was the first hospitality and tourism management program offered in the state of Florida.[1]

The Dedman School of Hospitality is located at University Center B in the south endzone of Doak Campbell Stadium. Based on input from industry representatives, the hospitality management major's business component attracts companies to FSU students and as a result, the school boasts a high job placement record. The Dedman School of Hospitality also offers a major in Global Club Management & Leadership, which is for students interested in the growing industry of international and domestic private clubs and golf resorts. FSU has a long, distinguished history of graduating professional golfers and educating students for business and hospitality operations.[2]

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  1. ^ Programs Offered
  2. ^ [1] Archived 2009-02-12 at the Wayback Machine Florida State University College of Business, Dedman School of Hospitality Retrieved on 5-04-2007.

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