Hospitality

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Hospitality Management Department

Hospitality Management student at gourmet dinner

Hospitality Management is a business degree focused on one of the world’s largest industries. It will prepare you to work down the street, across the country, or around the world. Our flexible curriculum, state-of-the art facilities, and small class sizes help you to develop industry relevant experience, certifications, and connections tailored to your goals. We are the second-oldest four-year hospitality program and ranked #26 out of nearly 350 programs nationally.


Undergraduate Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

A student must have a minimum of 800-hours of on-the-job, paid work experience in the hospitality industry; 400 hours must be earned through a structured paid internship.

Ecogastronomy Dual Major

The EcoGastronomy Dual Major is a collaboration with the University of New Hampshire's College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, and the Sustainability Institute.

Graduate Degree Programs

Contact Information

Peter Lane, Interim Chair of Hospitality Management and Professor of Strategy & Technology
Email: Peter.Lane@unh.edu


For general questions, please contact:
Theresa Cherouvis, Senior Program Support Assistant
Phone: (603) 862-3303
Email: Theresa.Cherouvis@unh.edu


Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics
Hospitality Management Program
10 Garrison Avenue
Durham, NH 03824

Explore Option Details

  • To better understand how customers view employees with disabilities, Valentini Kalargyrou staged a “play” that proved the experts wrong
    “People with disabilities have a lot to offer employers, but aren’t always given the opportunity to prove their capabilities and skills,” says Kalargyrou.
    To better understand how customers view employees with disabilities, Valentini Kalargyrou staged a “play” that proved the experts wrong
    “People with disabilities have a lot to offer employers, but aren’t always given the opportunity to prove their capabilities and skills,” says Kalargyrou.
  • Franchisees share how they pulled together the cash to open their own franchise.
    Then we run it all by E. Hachemi Aliouche, a professor and director at the University of New Hampshire’s Rosenberg International Franchise Center, who breaks down the pros and cons for any potential franchisee. Image credit: Max-O-Matic
    Franchisees share how they pulled together the cash to open their own franchise.
    Then we run it all by E. Hachemi Aliouche, a professor and director at the University of New Hampshire’s Rosenberg International Franchise Center, who breaks down the pros and cons for any potential franchisee. Image credit: Max-O-Matic
  • Hospitality grad Trisha Crowe ’17 is in charge of it all
    It’s a weeknight during UNH’s winter break, and the new Saxbys café is closed for business, but one light is still on. Trisha Crowe ’17, café executive officer (CEO) of the Durham location, sits in the empty café with her laptop, crunching numbers. The spot she’s camped out in, a table tucked into...
    Hospitality grad Trisha Crowe ’17 is in charge of it all
    It’s a weeknight during UNH’s winter break, and the new Saxbys café is closed for business, but one light is still on. Trisha Crowe ’17, café executive officer (CEO) of the Durham location, sits in the empty café with her laptop, crunching numbers. The spot she’s camped out in, a table tucked into...