ASSOCIATE PROFESSORDirector, Rosenberg International Franchise Center, Rosenberg Chair in Franchising
PROFESSORHospitality Management and Marketing
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORFulbright Scholar
ASSISTANT PROFESSORHospitality Management
LECTURERHospitality Management and Director, Dual Major in EcoGastronomy
Hospitality Management Major B.S.
The B.S. in Hospitality Management degree program prepares you to manage operations and people in the hospitality industry. It provides the overall breadth and depth of business, economics, management and finance courses with a deep dive into concepts and practices distinct to the industry.
What is hospitality management?
The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management degree program prepares students to manage operations and people in the hospitality industry. It provides the overall breadth and depth of business, economics, and management courses with a deep dive into concepts and practices distinct to the hospitality industry. You can specialize in one of four areas: food and beverage management, lodging and resort management, event management, marketing and sales management, or real estate finance and management.
Why study hospitality management at UNH?
UNH ranks #2 in New England and #26 in the U.S. out of the nearly 350 four-year hospitality programs by thebestschools.org. You’ll study and work using state-of-the-art technology and facilities, receiving relevant industry certifications that give you a competitive advantage. As the second-oldest four-year degree program in the country, we have a large network of alumni working in the industry who will help you build your professional and career network. You’ll complete a minimum of 800 hours of on-the job, paid work experience in the hospitality industry, with 400 hours completed through a paid internship. An inter-college minor in tourism management also is available. Career placement is excellent at nearly 100 percent six-months post-graduation with competitive salaries to the market.
- Convention services management
- Event planning and design
- Food and beverage management
- Hospitality corporate finance
- Hospitality real estate development
- Hotel and resort operations management
- Sales and marketing management
- Small business owner
- Social media management
- Revenue and pricing management