An emphasis in lodging prepares you for management positions in resorts, hotels, inns, long term care, property management or bed and breakfast enterprises. You will learn to address current industry needs through exposure to current issues. Site visits, and visits from industry leaders who discuss current trends, bring an entrepreneurial and interesting approach to your learning.
The program primarily focuses on:
- efficient hotel operation
- business ethics
- financial control
- marketing principles
- human resource management
- property development
This combination of knowledge, experience, and skills will enable you as a service oriented, hard-working graduate to perform with excellence in the global hospitality industry.
12 or more credit hours from the following:
- HRTM 274 Intro to Food & Beverage in the Hospitality Industry
- HRTM 280 Intro to Tourism
- HRTM 285 Intro to the Lodging Industry
- HRTM 289 Intro to the Event Industry
- HRTM 474 Food & Beverage Management
- HRTM 485 Advanced Lodging Operations
- HRTM 373 Catering Management
- TMFD 121 Visual Communication & Presentation
Beyond the Classroom
Gain experience learning through student clubs, organizations and more.
Work with the best
Christian Sypavongsay, Alum
Prestige Lead Concierge at The Venetian / The Palazzo, Las Vegas
"My time at UNL in the hospitality management program changed my life. I was able to have a high-quality education along with experiences of a lifetime. The faculty are some of my good friends and I enjoy working with the program to this day. I cannot stress how valuable this program was to my success through the many connections and opportunities that were provided."
Learn from the best
Lattz started her hospitality career as an event coordinator at Mount Mercy University. Next, at the Charles F. Knight Executive Education & Conference Center in St. Louis, MO, as a conference planning manager, where she worked with Fortune 500 companies and the MBA program in St. Louis and Shanghai to coordinate hotel and conference programs. In 2010, she opened a AAA Four Diamond hotel in Iowa, and now Lattz owns and operates Lattz Travel Group and teaches lodging and other courses for our hospitality management program.Learn more about Elly Lattz