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Concentration: Hospitality Management & Tourism

The Hospitality Management and Tourism Concentration is a collaborative program with Allegany College of Maryland (ACOM). This is a unique program that combines the ability of the community college to teach practical skills with a traditional four-year education. Students may complete the program by entering it at Frostburg and then taking concentration courses at Allegany College of Maryland or they may enter Allegany College directly and transfer to Frostburg after completing the program at ACOM.

For Frostburg students, you learn recreation programming at Frostburg where you deal directly with the customer and then you learn the operations or what goes on behind the scenes with the Hotel/Motel Management program at ACOM. Listed below are several reasons why many students consider our program for their course of study:

  • You will gain practical learning in the hospitality industry. For example, Allegany College has an operational lab in Cumberland with the Gateway Center restaurant that provides students with "first hand learning by doing" regarding the hospitality industry.
  • As a Frostburg student, you can earn a concentration in Hospitality Management and Tourism from Frostburg State University. Many students transfer or "reverse articulate" their general education classes from Frostburg to ACOM and earn an AAS degree from ACOM in Hotel/Motel Management. Ask us more about this program.

Curriculum Information

Visit the Curriculum web page to view the curriculum for this program.


FSU Undergraduate Contact: Dr. Robert B. Kauffman
  (301) 687-4474