Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management
Congratulations to our 2018 May and August graduates.
UNL HRTM students interned at the Masters held at the Augusta National Golf Club.
As part of her internship with the Nebraska Department of Tourism, HRTM student Hannah Hundley took part in the Tourism Serves project and worked with other voluneers on the Cowboy Trail in Chadron, NE.
HRTM students look regal on the red carpet at the spectacular Royal Opera House, Muscat during their Spring 2018 study tour.
HRTM students had the chance to attend the 36th annual EuroCHRIE Conference in Dublin, Ireland in November 2018
Areas of Emphasis
Are you interested in growing and building relationships with members of country, golf, city, and yacht clubs? Then Club Management is right for you.
An event planner is a professional who organizes and manages an event seamlessly from start to finish. An emphasis in Event Planning can help you achieve your goal.
Food and Beverage
A Food and Beverage emphasis will combine culinary skills with business savvy. You can customize your program to your area of interest.
Work with a hospitality organizations best resource, their employees! Learning how to attract, motivate, manage, and maintain the best and the brightest.
Are you focused in making the guest experience unforgettable? If so, a Hospitality Emphasis is for you.
Tourism is one of the largest industries in the world and includes areas such as ecotourism, adventure tourism, sports tourism, sustainable tourism and agro tourism.
Dipra Jha, Associate Professor of Practice for HRTM, has been awarded the 2019 Outstanding Teaching Achievement Award by the Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (CHRIE) Central Federation.
The Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia is considered by many to be the pinnacle of professional golf.
Our alumni are making a difference in people’s lives.
Families. Schools. Communities. This is where our alumni are at work. You’ll get the experiences you need to make an impact there, too.