Hotel and Restaurant Management Program (MU)
The Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM) program at the University of Missouri-Columbia develops students to be responsible citizens and successful, ethical hospitality leaders in today's global community. The curriculum is strongly centered on management skills developed in courses that integrate theory and practice across a variety of employment settings.
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American customers' expectations of service quality toward an Indian restaurant compared to an American restaurant (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)The increasing number of immigrants in the USA has made the American society more diverse, making the increase in ethnic restaurants an interesting research topic. As people from different cultures settled in the United ...
College students' information search behavior for spring break: an exploration in the concept of specialization (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)This study identified college student travelers' different information search behaviors, dividing the travelers into groups of high, medium and low levels by using the concept of specialization. The research investigated ...
A study of the individual and organizational characteristics influencing event planner's perception on information content and channel choice (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)Based on the understanding of the role of event planners within the context of organizational decision making process, the main purpose of this study is to examine factors (i.e., organizational vs. individual) that influence ...