Hospitality Management Minor

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Hospitality Management Minor

Program Overview

Hospitality Management Minor is offered as a professional educational opportunity for students as an entree to the world's largest industry, hospitality and tourism. Students pursuing the minor will have opportunities to interview with major hospitality companies for staff and management training positions. In addition, students will be better able to secure meaningful working experiences in the industry during their college career as they progress towards the minor.

The minor is comprised of five required courses. The courses have been selected to ensure all students have a well-rounded learning experience that will strengthen their ability to succeed.

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  • The Hospitality Management Program has a goal of educating students who will become stronger and more engaged hospitality industry professionals with the potential to be highly competitive in the global business arena.
    The Hospitality Management Program has a goal of educating students who will become stronger and more engaged hospitality industry professionals with the potential to be highly competitive in the global business arena.
  • During the academic year, Advanced Food and Beverage students majoring in Hospitality Management delight the community and with their "Dinner and Brunch series. It's an opportunity for students to apply fundamentals learned through classes in the Hospitality Management Program.
    During the academic year, Advanced Food and Beverage students majoring in Hospitality Management delight the community and with their "Dinner and Brunch series. It's an opportunity for students to apply fundamentals learned through classes in the Hospitality Management Program.
  • A panel discussion that included Peter Paul, proprietor of Peter Paul Wines, and benefactor of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, Jeff Morgan and Daniel Moore, co-winemakers for Peter Paul Wines, Nelson Barber, associate professor, department of hospitality management, and David...
    A panel discussion that included Peter Paul, proprietor of Peter Paul Wines, and benefactor of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, Jeff Morgan and Daniel Moore, co-winemakers for Peter Paul Wines, Nelson Barber, associate professor, department of hospitality management, and David...

Curriculum & Requirements

Hospitality Management Minor

A minor in hospitality management comprises five courses.

HMGT 401Introduction to the Hospitality Industry4
HMGT 405Introduction to Food and Service Management4
HMGT 554Lodging Operations Management4
HMGT 635Hospitality Human Resource Management4
ADMN 502Financial Accounting4
or ACFI 501 Survey of Accounting
Total Credits20

Please note:

  • Capacity in most of these courses may be limited.
  • ACFI 501 is for the minor only; it does not carry credit toward Paul College majors
  • The HMGT minor also follows UNH policy on minors
  • Following University policy, you must complete 20 semester hours with a grade of C- or better and a 2.0 grade point average.
  • Courses taken on a Pass/Fail basis may not be used for the minor.
  • No more than 8 credits used by the student to satisfy major requirements may be used for the minor.
  • No transfer courses may be used toward the minor.

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