The Penn State School of Hospitality Management offers a bachelor's degree in Hospitality Management or Management Dietetics, and a minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ENTI).
HRIM grad Aditya Rajaram ’05 HRIM uses hospitality skills, experience to start his own company
To succeed in the hospitality industry, you have to get your hands dirty. Aditya Rajaram ’05 HRIM knows this firsthand.The business owner living and working in Dubai shares his story about where he is today and how his studies in Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional Management (HRIM) in the School of Hospitality Management helped him get there.
The School of Hospitality Management outlines specific goals for its students. Upon completion of the Hospitality Management (HM) undergraduate program, students should possess analytical, critical, and strategic thinking skills; substantive content knowledge; and leadership, communication, interpersonal, and social skills.