The NDSU HTM program is an accredited program. We are one of 50 accredited programs in the U.S. (see link for list of accredited programs:
What does accreditation mean?
The program has undergone this process to ensure students recieve a quality education. The ACPHA guidelines and standards help us pursue excellence in the area of hospitality administration. http://www.acpha-cahm.org/acreditation.cfm
The Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) major at North Dakota State University begins with building a solid foundation with general education courses.
Students then begin the study of the management of resources such as people, materials, money, technology and time. Courses in these areas cover legal issues, marketing and strategy, accounting and cost control.
Finally, students complete their major course work in HTM
management concentrating on producing quality services in the food and
lodging industry. Courses in this area explore tourism and travel management
and industry specific information in hotels, resort and spa, casino, restaurants
and catering, and event planning. A minor in business is required with
For more detailed information about our curriculum go to:
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