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College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management

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Study With HRSM

We are a community of travelers, sports fanatics, foodies, retail therapists and moment makers. But this isn’t a hobby. It’s business.

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Study at one of the nation's best colleges for hospitality and tourism management, sport and entertainment management and retailing. The College of HRSM prepares the next generation of leaders by integrating experiential learning, teaching excellence, impactful research and industry collaboration across a synergistic blend of applied management areas that focus on hospitality, tourism, retail, sport and entertainment management.

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    Areas of Study

    The areas of study in the College of HRSM include Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTMT); Interdisciplinary Studies in Services Management (BAIS); Retailing (RETL); and Sport and Entertainment Management (SPTE).

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    Degree Programs

    The College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management's award-winning undergraduate and graduate degrees include five bachelor's degrees, two master's degrees and two Ph.D. programs.

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    International Programs

    The college’s increasing network of international partnerships, curriculum, research and study abroad courses create transformative opportunities for personal, academic and professional growth.

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    Summer Courses

    Summer courses are a great way to graduate earlier by earning more credits in a shorter period of time. It’s also a convenient way to complete a minor and access courses that fill up quickly in fall and spring.

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    Certificate Programs

    The Department of Sport and Entertainment Management, in collaboration with the Department of Education, now offers a graduate certificate in interscholastic athletic administration.

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    Undergraduate Minors

    Our minors will enhance your skill set, broaden your knowledge and make you a more versatile candidate to potential employers while allowing you to explore an additional area of interest.

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