Quality Management

Undergraduate Programs

Program Mission

To provide a high quality undergraduate and graduate level University education that ensures students have the knowledge, skills, and abilities they need to succeed in management and leadership roles in the Hotel and Restaurant industry. The program strives to anticipate and address the educational needs of the Hotel and Restaurant industry and provide opportunities for ongoing professional development and networking.

Hotel Restaurant Management Program Learning Outcomes:

  • Develop effective written and oral communication skills needed to be successful in the hospitality business environment.
  • Apply classroom theory with practical application in the hospitality industry through targeted work experience related to career objectives.
  • Analyze and apply solutions to managerial problems and implement quantitative reasoning concepts and critical thinking skills.
  • Demonstrate core competencies in hotel and restaurant management that includes cost controls, food production, hotel operations, legal aspects, events management, human resource practices, restaurant operations, services marketing, strategic and management skills.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in identifying and solving problems to meet organizational objectives.


HRM is a comprehensive program that integrates principles of hotel & restaurant management with club, resort, meetings, and events management. The HRM program provides experiential educational opportunities in a wide variety of hospitality organizations through co-op or internships. A wide variety of minors although not required are available within the university to supplement the HRM Major.


Students may download curriculum check sheets using the links below.

Program of Study

HRM Major - Curriculum

HRM Minor - Curriculum

Course Rollouts

Course Rotation

Course Sequence

HRM Advising