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Hospitality Business Management Invites You…

Hospitality Business Management invites you to explore the Hospitality Business Management and Hospitality Industry Management majors:

Monday, October 21, 6:45 pm, The Bistro (206 Trabant)

Tuesday, October 29, 5:00 pm, The Bistro (206 Trabant)

We are consistently ranked in the top hospitality programs!

For the Hospitality Business Management major, the Vita Nova Restaurant and Courtyard by Marriott offer students hands-on experience where you can round out your academic knowledge. Vita Nova is a student-managed restaurant. The 126-room Courtyard by Marriott offers students valuable experience in sales, marketing, revenue management, front office and housekeeping.

The Hospitality Industry Management major places emphasis on quantitative and analytical skills to support decision making in hospitality businesses. The curriculum is designed for students with a strong career interest in analytical and support functions such as consulting, commercial real estate transaction services, sales and marketing, revenue management, e-business and hospitality information technology in the global hospitality industry.

Where are our alums?

Aramark, Bloomberg, Bozzuto, Breakthru Beverage, Deloitte, DIG (Dig Inn), Disney, Eastdil Secured, Ecolab, Ernst & Young, Four Seasons, Hilton, HVS, Hyatt, Lettuce Entertain You, Marriott International (and Corporate), New York Life, Nike, and more…

 

We look forward to seeing you! And there will be food – don’t miss it!!!

GREAT EVENT HAPPENING TODAY ! 2:00-3:30 – TRABANT MPRs

Fall Major Fest

Fall Major Fest: Oct 15 Major in Success Panel 5-6 PM, Career Center Workshop Room. Oct 16 Academic Planning for "Major" Decisions, 3:30-4:30 PM, Harrington Engagement Center. Oct 17 Dining Etiquette: a Seat at the Table 5:30-7:30 PM, Trabant Multipurpose Rooms, Registration is Required. Oct 18 Major Mania 2-3:30 PM, Trabant Multipurpose Rooms, an interactive major and minor fair for all students, Win prizes! Come explore the many majors, minors, and services available to UD students! Faculty and staff representatives from every college will be available to talk with you about majors, minors, and exciting opportunities to enhance your educational experience, such as undergraduate research and internships. To learn more and rsvp, visit Handshake. ust.udel.edu. udel.edu/careercenter

Program Spotlight: Ancient Greek and Roman Studies

Are you interested in art, architecture, philosophy, medicine or math? Well, the people of ancient Greece and Rome played major roles in founding all of these ideas that still maintain relevance today. The Ancient Greek and Roman Studies programs are a study of the classics and talks about all things ancient.

This major/minor is interdisciplinary and pairs well with other humanities majors like history, English and philosophy since many courses are cross listed. It offers a wide variety of courses about mythology, religion, philosophy, ancient sports, and women in the ancient world. This major requires courses in either ancient Greek or Latin, which can help a future doctor learn more about the origin of ailments or the future lawyer who wants to learn more about the creation of legal terms.

To learn more about this major or minor and its specific requirement check out the Ancient Greek and Roman Studies webpage. You can also reach out to our UST Peer Liaison Emily Haldas, who provided this post!

Minor Spotlight: Religious Studies

Religion is an important source of both personal meaning and inspiration and of social cohesion and group conflict in human societies. Students interested in exploring questions concerning spirituality, belief systems, and the functions of religious institutions are encouraged to take PHIL204: World Religions. The Religious Studies minor requires just this class and an additional 12 credits from an approved list of interdisciplinary coursework offered by a variety of departments including English, History, Anthropology, and Sociology.

 

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