Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management; Concentration in Restaurant Management
The hospitality management program offers concentrations in four areas: gaming management, meetings and events, restaurant management, and PGA golf management. Declaration for a concentration can be made anytime after acceptance into the hospitality management program. For more information about the courses required to obtain a degree in this concentration view the concentration flyer.
The restaurant management concentration is a course of study ideal for those students interested in all aspects of restaurant and foodservice management. The focus will be on food production, service, marketing, supervision, and financial management. With over 15 million jobs available in the restaurant industry, this concentration will prepare you for a career in the fastest growing area of hospitality. In addition to the Hospitality Management curriculum, students in this concentration will study purchasing, culture and cuisine, and nutrition in food service.
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- Develop selection and procurement processes for foodservice and beverage operations.
- Discuss current and future dietary guidelines, nutrition issues, trends, and regulations.
- Design menus providing for various dietary needs.
- Describe the meal patterns, food preparation and service methods, and culture of different countries.
- Understand the influence of different cultures on food and beverage operations and foodservice trends in the United States.
- Plan, direct, organize, execute, control, and evaluate foodservice and beverage operations.
If there are no Plans of Study listed under this program, they may be listed under one of its sub-plans.