Undergraduate Degrees

SHRM is a world player in the hospitality and tourism field. Our degree program is student-focused, future-driven, and charts a course that can take our students well beyond the hospitality field.

The curriculum required for the hotel and restaurant management major combines management courses, technical training, and liberal arts studies.

Undergraduate Degrees Offered

Hotel and Restaurant Management Bachelor of Science degree

The Hotel and Resutaurant Management major prepares students for careers in the hospitality industry. Students in this degree must complete two semesters of modern language with the option to do an internship and/or study abroad. Learn more about this degree in the NAU Academic catalog HERE.

International Hospitality Bachelor of Science degree

The International Hospitality Management major emphasizes coursework tailored for those students who wish to work internationally or have a general interest in international travel and tourism.

Students in this degree path must complete four semesters of a modern language and a one-semester internship, as well as spend a semester of study abroad. Learn more about this degree in the NAU Academic catalog HERE.

To find out more about study abroad, contact:

Paul Wiener (Fall semester) (928) 523-9955 or Paul.Wiener@nau.edu

Kathleen King (928) 523-8346 or Kathleen.King@nau.edu

To find out more about internships, contact:

Suzanne Siler
Program Director, Internships/Career Services
928-523-1711 Fax
PO Box 5638
Flagstaff, AZ  86011-5638

Where this degree can take you

Job placement potential

Required for Graduation beyond the classroom

Community College partnerships

SHRM academic advisement

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