Master of Science in Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management
The master of science in Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management (M.S. HRIM) is a one-and-a-half year program for students wishing to develop a research focus with the intent of continuing a career in an academic or research area.
This master’s degree is a research/academic degree rather than an industry/professional master's degree. The program is designed to help students develop solid graduate-level research skills focused within a hospitality research area. Course work is largely customized to a student's area of interest and academic and professional background. Students plan concentration area courses as well as thesis research with a thesis committee.
Students can concentrate their studies in a number of available emphases, including:
- Facilities Management
- Operations Management
- Institutional Management
- Management Information Systems
- Hospitality Real Estate Management
- Sales and Marketing
- Financial Management
- Human Resources Management
- New Product Development
The school does not usually offer funding at the M.S. level. Some external funding may be available but is limited.
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- Entrance Requirements
- Degree Requirements
- Graduate Course Descriptions
- Graduate Handbook