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Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM)


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Adviser: Susan Gregory, EdD.
202B Sill
734.487.0845
susan.gregory@emich.edu

The graduate curriculum in this program is designed to provide a broad philosophy of the fields in the hospitality industry, with in-depth concentration in the areas of hotel and restaurant management.

Objectives
The objective of the program is to provide the conceptual understanding and analytical and research skills needed for advanced study or professional practice. Each concentration offers an opportunity for the student and the adviser to create a program that reflects individual career and study goals.

Required Courses: 8 hours


  • TS 507 Research Methods in Technology Studies

Supporting Courses: 10-16 hours


Ten to 16 hours from the following:

Culminating Experience: 6 hours


Select from either option I, II or III:

Option I


Option II


Cognate Courses (courses taken outside the department): 2-8 hours


Required Cognate Course


Supporting Courses


Additional courses selected in consultation with the graduate adviser.

Deficiencies


Courses determined in consultation with program adviser and completed prior to placement on planned program. Not counted in semester hours for master’s degree but are additional hours required for deficient academic courses.

Program Total: 30 hours


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