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University of New Hampshire
– Department of Hospitality Management – Durham, NH
With our on-campus learning laboratory, the New England Center Hotel and Conference Center, the program includes a mix of practical experiences along with classroom activities. These practical experiences are provided by major consulting projects to industry as part of classroom activities, lecture series, seminars, and field trips; a minimum of 800 hours approved work experience or practicum; and by involvement in the food service and lodging operations at the New England Center.
In order to have a well-rounded university education, students take courses in liberal arts as well as foundation courses in business administration and economics. The hospitality management curriculum builds upon this foundation and provides experience and in-depth education in the lodging and food service-related industries, as well as the broader industries that comprise the hospitality discipline. In addition to required courses students may choose from a variety of department electives such as: Casino Management, Beverage Management, Resorts Management, Franchise Management, Senior Living Industries.
Graduates have accepted positions in lodging and food service (and their allied businesses and wholesalers), retirement facilities, software companies, tourism, travel and recreation industries, and institutions such as hospitals, nursing homes, colleges, and schools.
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