Hotel and Restaurant Management BS


International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

This major, offered on the Metropolitan Campus, Teaneck, New Jersey; and Florham Campus, Madison, New Jersey, is designed to prepare students to assume managerial functions in service industries including organizations such as hotels, restaurants, resorts, entertainment complexes, casinos and assisted living facilities. In addition, to a broad liberal arts curriculum, business core and extensive course work in hotel and restaurant subjects, students enrolled in this major are expected to accumulate significant knowledge outside of the classroom. The Professional Development Series involves each student in such activities as: visits to major food markets, tours of ethnic neighborhoods in the metropolitan area, wine seminars, lectures by hospitality industry leaders, visits to diverse hospitality operations, internships and the European Seminar.

Undergraduate students are expected to complete approximately 1,200 hours of diverse work experience. To meet this requirement the student works in a sophisticated laboratory - the New York metropolitan area's hospitality industry.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree

Course Requirements (51 credits)

  • HRTM1100 Professional Development Sequence (PDS) Work Exper. I
  • HRTM1101 Career Orientation and Professional Development in the Hospitality Business
  • HRTM1102 Professional Skill Development
  • HRTM2100 Professional Development Sequence (PDS) Work Experience 2
  • HRTM2103 Management Values and Professional Standards
  • HRTM2104 The Hospitality Manager and Law
  • HRTM2210 Sales and Marketing for Hospitality Managers
  • HRTM2211 Accounting for Hospitality Managers
  • HRTM2500 Professional Development Sequence (PDS) Lab
  • HRTM3100 Professional Development Sequence (PDS) Work Experience 3
  • HRTM3105 Managerial Challenges in the New Workplace
  • HRTM3106 The Manager in the Group
  • HRTM3203 Food and Beverage Management
  • HRTM3207 Lodging Operations
  • HRTM3208 Financial Management
  • HRTM3209 Human Resource Management
  • HRTM4107 Concepts in Transportation and Travel
  • HRTM4108 Global Issues in Hospitality Management: Seminar Abroad
  • HRTM4109 HOTS- Hospitality Operations and Tactics
  • HRTM4204 Property Management
  • HRTM4280 Domestic and International Tourism
  • Electives

In addition to these courses, a number of specific general education courses have been developed to further prepare the students as hospitality managers.

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management requires a completion of at least 120 credits