Club Management Emphasis

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As a hospitality management student with an emphasis in club management, you will learn what’s needed to manage and lead operations of private club properties and resorts anywhere in the world. The club management industry is growing and is projected to increase six percent from 2014 to 2024, resulting in jobs in areas such as events, clubhouse management, food and beverage operations, human resources, or as general manager and CEO.

12 or more credit hours from the following:

  • HRTM 274 Intro to Food & Beverage in the Hospitality Industry
  • HRTM 289 Intro to the Event Industry
  • HRTM 373 Catering Management
  • HRTM 474 Food and Beverage Management
  • HRTM 475 Club Management
  • HRTM 489 Advanced Event Operations

Beyond the Classroom

Gain experience learning through student clubs, organizations and more.

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Club Manager's Association of America – Nebraska Student Chapter

Gain professional and leadership development through events, practical experiences, internships and conferences.

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Fall Student Summit

Experience a day of learning and connecting with industry partners and other students.

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Student Ambassadors

Be a voice that represents the student population in the program.

Work with the best

Alex Beckman, Alumna

Operations Manager at Omaha Country Club

"The hospitality program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln gave me a chance to learn about and experience the opportunities the hospitality field provides. The internship program allowed me to grow as a student, person and professional. I learned a lot about myself including the type of leader I wanted to be."

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Learn from the best

Lindsey Bolander, CCM

Membership Director - Field Club of Omaha

Lindsey Bolander began her hospitality career in 2003 at the Fillenwarth Beach Resort in Arnolds Park, Iowa. The following year, she moved to the Country Club of Lincoln and began her work as the Event Coordinator. In June of 2009, Lindsey was promoted to Clubhouse Manager and by August of 2019 she became a Certified Club Manager. She served in this position until she moved to the Field Club of Omaha as Membership Director in 2021. 

Lindsey has been sharing her wealth of knowledge with our students the Club Management class for the past 7 years.

Learn more about Lindsey
Lindsey Bolander
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