Auburn University
Auburn University
Auburn University

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BS-HRMT)

Curriculum sheet for HRMT

The Hotel and Restaurant Management curriculum provides career preparation for hotel or food and beverage management, including private club management. Course work in the curriculum meets the criteria for a business minor.

With its focus on instructional, research and outreach initiatives, the HRMT Program's mission is to educate exceptional leaders for the state of Alabama and global hospitality and tourism industries. We concentrate on service excellence, social and ethical responsibility and diversity in a practically oriented and intellectually challenging learning environment.

Career Preparation

Graduates of Hotel and Restaurant Management program are in demand in a variety of health-related, hospitality, and foods industry careers. The Hotel and Restaurant Management curriculum targets students interested in careers in the premium service segment of the hospitality industry. The combination of the HRMT program with Nutrition and Dietetics forms a single department which facilitates integrative studies for the purpose of understanding and developing professional skills for careers in education, industry, government, and business.

Undergraduate Admissions

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Auburn University Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate Courses

The undergraduate degree includes a core of courses that include physical and biological sciences, as well as liberal arts and humanities, providing graduates with a strong educational foundation and excellent career preparation.