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Capstone course allows marketing students to work with companies on projects
Paul College prides itself on providing its students with an education that prepares them for the workforce. One class, the senior professional capstone course in marketing, actually simulates real-life work projects students might encounter in their careers.
The 2017 Paul J. Holloway Prize Competition came to its conclusion on Tuesday, and the big winner was Droppn, initially called Droppit, a new social messaging platform. The Championship Round was down to a final six teams out of the 73 that entered the multi-...
Business is not black and white, and that’s one of the things Julianne Calef ’17 likes about it. The Rochester, New Hampshire, native entered the UNH Paul College of Business and Economics already knowing which company she wanted to work for after graduation; then she entered her senior year at UNH...
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 with their "Dinner and Brunch series". It's an opportunity for students to apply fundamentals learned through classes in the Hospitality Management Program.
The Hospitality Management Department offers an accredited Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management designed to provide study in a core of business foundation and professional hospitality management courses, and a choice of interdisciplinary elective emphases.