Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management
Master of Science in Hospitality and Retail Management
Purpose of Degree Program:
The RHIM master's program is designed to prepare students for entry into management positions in the hospitality industry or to successfully apply to further graduate study.
Expected Learning Outcomes from Program:
- Integrate and appraise the relationships among the various segments of the hospitality industry.
- Prepare, maintain, analyze, and utilize financial documents and data related to hospitality management operations.
- Discuss, examine, and analyze management practices in the hospitality industry.
- Prepare and implement operational sales and marketing techniques in hospitality management settings, including tourism destinations.
- Investigate the techniques that are important for foodservice management and identify issues related to foodservice administration.
- Analyze the functions of various types of lodging operations.
- Comprehend central issues, identify current research important to hospitality management, and complete a research project.
- Apply theoretical information to solve practical problems.
- Prepare and communicate discipline-specific information in written and oral forms.
- Locate and accurately interpret current research literature.
- Value involvement in professional organizations in the hospitality industry.
- Summarize and accurately interpret data.