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.
Type Public
Established 1947
Dean Don Farr (Director)
Location Tallahassee, Florida, U.S.
Website www.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] Florida State University College of Business, Dedman School of Hospitality Retrieved on 5-04-2007.

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