Hotel & Resort Mgmt. Home
Why is this Important?
- Watching videos on the subject helps you understand the true nature of the major
- Viewing student work helps you see the quality and complexity of what you’ll study
- Videos allow you to see facilities, and resources of schools that teach the major
"Coursework in lodging and resort operations, food and beverage management, revenue management, hospitality accounting, hotel and resort design, hospitality marketing, and hospitality law are some of the concepts that will prepare students for a career as a hotel or resort general manager."
(Provided By: Endicott College)
"The mission of the Hospitality Management program is to develop citizens of character who aspire to leadership roles in the global hospitality industry. "
Provided By: Auburn University
"The program is designed for students to gain extensive management skills and practical work experience. Labs in hotel operations, food production and computers, among others, give students hands-on training that increases their marketability in the industry."
Provided By: Texas Tech University
"Explore the innermost workings of the $3.5 billion ski industry through real-life case studies, debates, internships, and business plan competitions. Graduates are prepared to work anywhere in the world! You’ll have an education, a resort master plan, and an impressive resume."
Provided By: Sierra Nevada College
“A love of hospitality and tourism is a one-way ticket to your dream job. Learn where your career can take you when you combine your passion with the opportunities at STHM.”
Provided By: Temple University
"Our placement rate consistently approximates 100 percent with over 90 percent of our graduates working in their major. The college strives to improve placement opportunities available to its students."
Provided By: Niagara University
"Located in the heart of the hotel, gaming and tourism industries, UNLV’s William F. Harrah College of Hospitality is uniquely positioned to offer students the real-world skills they need to succeed in the dynamic field of hospitality."
Provided By: The University of Nevada - Las Vegas