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University of Arkansas, Fayetteville – Hospitality & Restaurant Management – Fayetteville, AR
School of Human Environmental Sciences
Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences

The Hospitality and Restaurant Management program (HRMN) is a concentration in the Food, Human Nutrition and Hospitality major toward a Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences degree. The major prepares students for professional careers in the field and provides appropriate academic experiences that complement the university’s core requirements. HRMN courses prepare students for managerial positions in the hospitality and tourism industry by teaching skills in foods, business and hospitality and restaurant management. The curriculum offers hands-on laboratory experience at Carnall Inn, a privately operated luxury hotel in a recently renovated century-old landmark building on campus. Students complete 500 hours of verifiable work in the industry prior to graduation and complete a supervised internship in a hospitality-related business.

Carnall Inn, housing Ella’s Restaurant, serves as a teaching laboratory for the HRMN program. The facility is patterned after the award-winning Inn at the Mill and James at the Mill Restaurant. HRMN students also have the opportunity to study abroad during the spring semester of their junior or senior year at Napier University Business School in Edinburgh, Scotland.

The School of Human Environmental Sciences is a unit of the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences. Bumpers College is a student-centered college with an enrollment small enough to assure close attention to each individual’s academic endeavors, yet, large enough to be a major component of a research university.

Robert J. Harrington, Ph.D., M.B.A., C.E.C.
Hospitality and Restaurant Management
School of Human Environmental Sciences
HOEC 118
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
479-575-4700 Phone

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