Texas Tech University

Hospitality and Retail Management

Bachelor of Science in Restaurant, Hotel, and Institutional Management

Expected Program Learning Outcomes from Program:

  • Communicate effectively and appropriately (orally and in writing).
  • Prepare, maintain, analyze and utilize financial documents and data related to hospitality management organizations.
  • Discuss, examine, and evaluate management practices in the hospitality industry.
  • Define, discuss, give examples of, and examine ethical issues related to hospitality management organizations.
  • Comprehend the social, multicultural, and environmental dimensions of issues facing professionals in hospitality management.

Master of Science in Hospitality and Retail Management

Expected Program Learning Outcomes from Program:

  • Integrate and appraise the relationships among the various segments of the hospitality and retailing industry.
  • Prepare, maintain, analyze, and utilize financial documentations and data related to hospitality and retailing management operations.
  • Discuss, examine and analyze management practices in the hospitality and retailing industry.
  • Prepare and communicate discipline specific information in written and oral forms.
  • Locate and accurately interpret current research literature.

Doctor of Philosophy in Hospitality Administration

Expected Program Learning Outcomes from Program:

  • Understand central issues, current research, and research needs in hospitality administration.
  • Comprehend central issues and utilize techniques important to teaching in hospitality administration.
  • Value the integration of teaching and research.
  • Analyze the social, multicultural, and environmental dimension of issues facing hospitality professionals in academic and industry settings.

Bachelor of Science in Retail Management

Expected Program Learning Outcomes from Program:

  • Students will be able to use technology, theoretical concepts, and analytical skills in retail related problem solving and decision making.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate effective leadership, teamwork, and communication skills.
  • Apply marketing research tools/methods to conduct client sponsored retail research projects.
  • Demonstrate retail management strategies with vendors, customers, associates, and other industry stakeholders.

Hospitality and Retail Management