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Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management Doctoral Program

Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management

The hotel, restaurant, and tourism management major prepares you for work in entry, mid-level, and upper-level management positions at a hotel, resort, restaurant, meeting- or event-planning company, convention center, or country club.

Your job could be anywhere in the world, as these companies are in virtually every city and vacation area. You could start in a wide variety of positions, including front office, culinary, marketing, sales, or meeting services. Later you may move to human resources or food and beverage management. Perhaps you will be a club manager, help run a resort complex, or oversee multiple hotels or restaurants as part of a management company. You have many career and professional options in this major that can provide good starting salaries and rapid advancement.

HRT courses

HRT 492 packet

Progression Coursework Form

Progression Work Experience Form

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Minor in Restaurant and Foodservice Management

Required Courses

Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism (16 hours credit)

  • 101 Food Quality Principles
  • 210 Foodservice Operations Management
  • 311 Developing a Diverse Service Workforce
  • 326 Food and Lodging Cost Control
  • 341 Food Safety and Sanitation for the Food Service Industry; Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)
  • 445 Advanced Food Production and Service Management

Total: 16 hours credit

Minor in Tourism and Hospitality Management

Required Courses

Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism (9 hours credit)

  • 210 Foodservice Operations Management
  • 211 Hotel Operation
  • 224 Tourism Management

Select two of the following:
Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism (6 hours credit)

  • 311 Developing a Diverse Service Workforce
  • 423 Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism
  • 435 Conventions and Meetings: Pursuit and Attainment
  • 450 Advanced Lodging Management

Total: 15 hours credit

 

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